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binocular
American English: /bəˈnɑkjələr/
British English: /bɪˈnɒkjʊlə/

Translation of binocular in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • This would be the bird remains, after cleaning the feathers in Xylene and mounting the fragments on a microscope slide, using my Nikon binocular microscope, I could tell what the bird was.
    • When the plants flowered, buds of different developmental stages were removed from the main inflorescence and the petals were dissected from the flower bud under a binocular microscope.
    • He was exempted from military service because of a detached retina, and later in his career, when binocular microscopes became the norm, people puzzled why he was happy to still use a monocular one.

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