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sunglasses

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
sunglassessun‧glass‧es /ˈsʌnˌɡlɑːsɪz $ -ˌɡlæ-/ ●●● S3 noun [plural]  pair_sunglasses.jpg DCBMDdark glasses that you wear to protect your eyes when the sun is very bright syn shades
Examples from the Corpus
sunglassesExcept for one guy, with a beer and sunglasses, grinning and waving.Their designer frustrations go well with their expensive sunglasses, but somehow sincerity suffers beneath the hard gloss.He further obliterates his own identity behind a pair of mirrored sunglasses, whose glassy surface deflects even the most tenacious gaze.Fleets of sunglasses and smiles greet us.He now took a pair of sunglasses from his shirt pocket and pointed them at me.Yet the sneer, the attitude and a handy pair of sunglasses made it clear: The guy is cool.They have been issued with sunglasses, badges, scarves and ties.Young Duval manages a somewhat sinister presence on the course in wraparound sunglasses.
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