Translation of monocle in Spanish:


monóculo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɑnək(ə)l/ /ˈmɒnək(ə)l/


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    monóculo masculine
    • The knight was now looking around through a single monocle at all the boys passing by, sizing one up for a leader.
    • His eyes were a raven black and one eye wore a monocle that was positioned across his nose.
    • Finally, out of its leather pouch came his monocle - a plain lens in a rolled gold double rim.
    • Its glassy surface gently scintillating with a myriad of colours, the monocle seemed to hold unfathomable power within its relatively small size.
    • Later in Hollywood he was advised by American friends to replace the monocle with glasses for job interviews.
    • He adjusted the monocle and focused it on the large sparkling stone.
    • Fumbling with a glass of champagne, his monocle popped out and dangled in the drink.
    • Players must wear at least two additional accessories along with their regular uniform, options include top hats, monocles, scarves, berets, tool belts, leather jackets, and spurs.
    • How many Internet users actively wear monocles?
    • The powdered wigs and monocles glimmered as I made a smile upon my face, nodding as the finest wealth of the continent graciously accepted what the cart had to offer.
    • People were wearing, not just pince-nez, but monocles.
    • Even the characters who aren't wearing monocles look as if they should be.
    • When I went back there I found the monocle in one of his drawers.
    • And Franz looked at me, peered at me through his monocle, and said, ‘Very well.’
    • To let us know that he's sophisticated and wicked, Fred has a monocle and cigarette holder to go along with his white tie and tails.
    • A brown derby covered his white hair, and a monocle covered his eye.
    • To one side of her a young boy in overalls sucked on his ticket, to the other a plump man frowned through a monocle at a pocket watch chained to his vest.
    • A Dutch planter comes to mind, with knee-high boots and a monocle.
    • It suddenly struck me that without the monocle, he would look very much like the statue of David by Michelangelo.
    • I noticed that his face had turned red and he disguised it by taking off his monocle and cleaning off imaginary dust from it.