Noun Concept
Categories: Binoculars, Opera, Theatre, Opera stubs
binoculars  field glasses  opera glasses  Binocular Instrument  Binoc
(plural) an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes Open English WordNet
Binoculars or field glasses are two refracting telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes when viewing distant objects. Wikipedia
Opera glasses, also known as theater binoculars or Galilean binoculars, are compact, low-power optical magnification devices, usually used at performance events, whose name is derived from traditional use of binoculars at opera performances. Wikipedia
A telescopic tool Wikipedia Disambiguation
Pair of telescopes mounted side-by-side Wikidata
Small, usually compact, binoculars intended for indoor use Wikidata
An instrument for making distant objects look nearer, with separate eyepieces for each eye. OmegaWiki
A hand-held device consisting of a series of lenses and prisms, used to magnify objects so that they can be better seen from a distance, and looked at through both eyes. Wiktionary
Hand-held device for looking at a distance. Wiktionary (translation)
One or more pairs of small low-powered binoculars for use by members of the audience at a theatrical performance. Wiktionary
Small binoculars. Wiktionary (translation)