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panoramic

[ pan-uh-ram-ik, -rah-mik- ]
/ ˌpæn əˈræm ɪk, -ˈrɑ mɪk- /
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adjective
(of a view) wide and unobstructed, so as to take in an extensive area in all directions: In the north of Israel, along the spectacular mountain ranges whose panoramic views include the Sea of Galilee, sits the ancient city of Safed.
affording such a view: This floating luxury resort will contain a marine park, underwater galleries, and a central tower with a panoramic restaurant.
of, relating to, or producing an extended pictorial or photographic representation of a landscape or other scene, often exhibited on the interior wall of a round room or made to pass continuously before the viewer: Guayasamn’s vast, panoramic murals will probably be among the painter’s best-remembered works.This phone doesn't include a panoramic lens; instead, it uses software to stitch together multiple photos into a single, large image.
of, relating to, or giving a description of a continuously changing narrative, series of unfolding events, development of thought in a certain field, etc.: This course offers a panoramic survey of the Islamic societies of the Middle East and North Africa from their origins to the present day.
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Origin of panoramic

OTHER WORDS FROM panoramic

pan·o·ram·i·cal·ly, adverb
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