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varifocal
Pronunciation: / ˈvɛrɪfoʊkl / Pronunciation: /ˌvɛːrɪˈfəʊk(ə)l/

Translation of varifocal in Spanish:

adjective

  • varifocal
    Example sentences
    • Alternatively, some people use varifocal or bifocal lenses in order to see objects clearly that are both close up and far away.
    • Problems were experienced by people who wore spectacles, particularly varifocal or bifocal lenses.
    • As if it's not bad enough that I have eyesight that requires varifocal lenses, now even those need replacing.

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