Translation of bifocal in Spanish:


bifocal, adj.

Pronunciation /bʌɪˈfəʊk(ə)l//ˈbaɪˌfoʊk(ə)l/


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    • The multiple vision lenses include bifocal lenses for near and distant vision.
    • Bifocal contact lenses to correct distance and reading vision, so that the obvious bifocal glasses with their ageing implications could be avoided, have not proved successful.
    • People with bifocal glasses are especially prone to neck aches because they may have to tilt their heads back to see things up close.
    • Accommodative effort and retinal blur can be minimised by bifocal glasses, which change the focal point for near work.
    • Two developments, bifocal lenses and better spectacle frames, helped move optometry from a vendor trade toward a recognized profession by making fitting and selecting eyeglasses more complicated.
    • Back home, he made one more great contribution to human felicity: bifocal glasses.
    • There is no one ‘best’ soft bifocal contact lens.
    • Without bifocal vision, he lacked depth perception and couldn't tell how far ahead of him horses were.
    • Most people can't see a crisp 20/20 at near or far distances with our current generation of bifocal contact lenses.
    • Three different designs for bifocal contact lenses exist: simultaneous, concentric and alternating vision.
    • Therefore, a bifocal relay mirror effectively puts the laser source at the mirror.
    • Soft lenses for daily wear have a very short adaptation period and are available in various tints and bifocal designs.
    • Alternatively, some people use varifocal or bifocal lenses in order to see objects clearly that are both close up and far away.
    • But they also have a bifocal segment in the lower quadrant of the lens that lets us find the correction needed to bring the front sight into focus.
    • Bifocal contact lenses, like bifocal glasses, provide distance and close-up correction on each contact.
    • Bifocal lenses with separate fields for near and far vision, working in much the same way as bifocal spectacles, have been available since the early 1990s, but these still provide optimal vision only at two fixed distances.
    • A friend told us this company was going to revolutionise bifocal contact lenses.
    • This restricted the movement of her head which reduced her ability to use her bifocal glasses.
    • The teacher was a cheery middle-aged woman with black hair and rather thick bifocal glasses.
    • He wears bifocal glasses with gold rims and a black-faced watch.