Definitions for eyeglassˈaɪˌglæs, ˈaɪˌglɑs

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

eye•glassˈaɪˌglæs, ˈaɪˌglɑs(n.)

  1. eyeglasses,

    Category: Ophthalmology

    Ref: glass (def. 5). 1 5

  2. a single lens worn to aid vision; monocle.

    Category: Ophthalmology

  3. Category: Optics

    Ref: eyepiece.

Origin of eyeglass:

1605–15

Princeton's WordNet

  1. monocle, eyeglass(noun)

    lens for correcting defective vision in one eye; held in place by facial muscles

Wiktionary

  1. eyeglass(Noun)

    a lens, especially one of a pair

  2. eyeglass(Noun)

    a monocle

  3. eyeglass(Noun)

    an eyepiece

Webster Dictionary

  1. Eyeglass(noun)

    a lens of glass to assist the sight. Eyeglasses are used singly or in pairs

  2. Eyeglass(noun)

    eyepiece of a telescope, microscope, etc

  3. Eyeglass(noun)

    the retina

  4. Eyeglass(noun)

    a glass eyecup. See Eyecup

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