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Date: 1700-1800
Origin: pan- + Greek horama 'sight'


Related topics: Visual, Nature
pan‧o‧ra‧ma [countable usually singular]
1DN an impressive view of a wide area of land
panorama of
The tower offers a panorama of the city.
a breathtaking panorama of mountains
2AV a description or series of pictures that shows all the features of a subject, historical period etc
panorama of
a panorama of life in England 400 years ago
panoramic adjective:
a panoramic view of the valley

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