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  • 1(of a view or picture) with a wide view surrounding the observer; sweeping.

    ‘on a clear day there are panoramic views’
    • ‘The garden rests in a most scenic location on the side of Mount Leinster, affording panoramic views of the beautiful surrounding countryside.’
    • ‘From various points during their game, the women will be able to take in breathtaking panoramic views of the Italian countryside.’
    • ‘In the living room, an outsize picture window offers a panoramic view of hills to the north.’
    • ‘Our place had a panoramic view of the ocean.’
    • ‘The best panoramic overview of the city is from Calton Hill.’
    • ‘Located 100 steps down from the hotel, it boasts a panoramic view of the ocean.’
    • ‘The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research has produced what it claims is the largest digital panoramic photo in the world.’
    • ‘We meet in the lobby and take the lift together to a quiet bar with a panoramic view of the city.’
    • ‘The two original clips are projected on the left and right sections of a panoramic screen.’
    • ‘As I pause to take in the panoramic views, a squirrel runs out of a thorny hedgerow, searching for food.’
    • ‘Dentists have reported that panoramic x-rays can show an image block-out that is consistent with the synthetic hair braids worn by the patient.’
    • ‘My visit begins with lunch in the dining room which, thanks to its panoramic windows, gives an almost unparalleled view over the Irish Sea's glittering waters.’
    • ‘It's a beautiful view, and great panoramic potential.’
    • ‘The film does require special printing, so be sure to tell your lab that your film includes panoramic images.’
    • ‘It was the most detailed and panoramic battle picture of its day.’
    • ‘To put penthouses on the roof with panoramic views across to the town park and the Bell Tower is inspirational.’
    • ‘The panoramic views are awesome.’
    • ‘The third group includes panoramic scenes from the 91st floor of the World Trade Center, where he had a residency in 2000 and 2001.’
    • ‘This panoramic river area, with its soaring basalt cliffs and striking golden hills, has become a desirable area for vacationers.’
    • ‘It shows a panoramic wide scan and a panoramic scene display.’
    sweeping, wide, extensive, bird's-eye, scenic, commanding
    wide-ranging, extensive, broad, far-reaching, overall, comprehensive, sweeping, all-encompassing, all-embracing, inclusive, general
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    1. 1.1Including all aspects of a subject; wide-ranging.
      ‘his panoramic vision of post–World War I peace’
      • ‘In their panoramic views of nature, many naturalists arranged human tribes into a number of natural varieties.’
      • ‘In Sex and Reason, Posner sketches a panoramic history of sex and society.’
      • ‘How did you come to write such a panoramic book?’
      • ‘If it's panoramic views of social transformation and neat dissections of moral conflict you want, stick to adaptations.’
      • ‘The Art of Jewellery, the premium monthly devoted to jewellery and lifestyle, opens up a panoramic view of jewellery, gems, precious and semi-precious stones, and lifestyle products.’
      • ‘But to what extent does accepting such a universal or panoramic priority of nature over culture translate an idea of Alexander Pope into modern critical terms?’
      • ‘Its scope is panoramic, because it consists of things that have not yet happened.’
      • ‘Only from an editor's perch can you get a broad panoramic view of this community of scholars - authors, reviewers, associate editors - in action.’
      • ‘The collective's unusual acoustic-electronic hybrid encompasses jazz, dub, soul, Latin, pop, even country - panoramic indeed.’
      • ‘A panoramic perspective of the past enables us to understand change and its significance.’
      • ‘Exile and Homecoming in the Modern Jewish Imagination is divided into two panoramic sections.’
      • ‘Any person who wishes to get a panoramic view of modern ecclesiology will be well served by this volume.’



/ˌpanəˈramik/ /ˌpænəˈræmɪk/