Definitions

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  • adj. with a wide view
  • n. A panoramic image.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or like, a panorama; exhibiting a very broad view.
  • adj. Presented with a broad perspective.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to or of the nature of a panorama.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. as from an altitude or distance

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Examples

  • JOHNS: That's what I call a panoramic view of the studio.

    CNN Transcript Jan 2, 2009

  • Venice drove my interest in panoramic photography.

    Extreme Panoramic Photograph of Piazza San Marco

  • A third feature growing out of this was that before the mind of the English people you had, as it were, in panoramic view, set forth the actual religious work that is being done in every part of the British Empire.

    Religious Contributions Toward Imperial Unity

  • And I just wanted to let you know that we first knew about these scarps from Apollo-era photography of the camera that was flown on the Apollo, panoramic I'm sorry, on the Apollo missions, the 15, 16 and 17 Apollo missions, it was called the panoramic camera, and it was this really fantastic camera that could take very high-resolution pictures of the surface.

    Images Show A Shrinking Moon

  • The cristae significantly expand the surface means limited to) an increased basal metabolic rate area of each mitochondrion, thereby increasing its (BMR) and improved insulin sensitivity, two states cellular respiratory capacity and the ensuing themselves identified as panoramic links to the production of ATP The space within the cristae and. prevention of a myriad of health disorders.

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  • In the very design of Gibbon there is a certain poetical attraction; his work may aptly be described as panoramic, unrolling a vast picture or succession of pictures, too vague in outline and too monotonous in color for minute impressions, yet, on this account, the more remarkable for general effect.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 35, September, 1860

  • Before embarking on the project, Roberts realized that she wasn't cut out to write conventional pieces, and COIN COIN gave her the opportunity to stitch these fragments together, a practice she's called panoramic sound quilting.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Sony set up a greenery scene behind a mounted HX1 digital camera, allowing you to simulate snapping a real word panoramic photo using new "sweeping" technology.

    Tech News

  • PhotoStitch is one of the better stitching utilities I've used to create panoramic photos (a panoramic is a photo that's stitched together from a series of adjacent photos).

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  • With that kind of panoramic view, one gets a better picture of the whole person than simply judging him on any one section of his existence.

    Edward Moore Kennedy - A British Tribute

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