/ (baɪˈfəʊkəlz) /

pl n
  1. a pair of spectacles with bifocal lenses

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How to use bifocals in a sentence

  • I rang the bell, and a geeky, middle-aged man in bifocals stuck his head around the door.

    Hold the Dressing | Arianne Cohen | November 11, 2008 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • The turnstiles were blocked by a sandwich board: Mickey in a Ben Franklin wig and bifocals, holding a trowel.

  • That surprised, him, and he eyed me over the top of his bifocals.

    Cue for Quiet | Thomas L. Sherred
  • The bifocals had returned to their incongruous perch on the dome of the head.

    The Brain | Alexander Blade
  • I removed my glasses to make certain (someday I shall simply have to get bifocals) and saw that it was a foreign cookbook.