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glasses

/ (ˈɡlɑːsɪz) /
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pl n
a pair of lenses for correcting faulty vision, in a frame that rests on the bridge of the nose and hooks behind the earsAlso called: spectacles, eyeglasses
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glasses

see see through rose-colored glasses.

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