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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlenslens /lenz/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 TCPthe part of a camera through which light travels onto the surface where the image is recorded a standard 50 mm lens telephoto lens, wide-angle lens, zoom lens2 DTa piece of curved glass or plastic which makes things look bigger, smaller, or clearer when you look through it glasses with powerful lenses the lens of the microscope3 HBHthe clear part inside your eye that focuses so you can see things clearly4 MHDa contact lens
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lensI can gaze seductively into a camera lens and give you that look of pure lust and desire.They are used to increase the comfort of dry eye sufferers and contact lens wearers.And with contact lenses, who knows?The managers' experience was an imperfect lens with which to make sense of their new position.Travels in time through the photographer's lens.Analysis Have each group use two different jars and draw what they see through the lenses as accurately as possible.I didn't wear the lenses for six months.Jan wears glasses with thick lenses.Without lenses, they can not be seeing an image.a 115mm zoom lens