adjective wide–an·gle \ˈwīd-ˈaŋ-gəl\

Definition of WIDE-ANGLE

:  having or covering an angle of view wider than the ordinary —used especially of lenses of shorter than normal focal length
:  having, involving the use of, or relating to a wide-angle lens <a wide–angle shot>

First Known Use of WIDE-ANGLE

circa 1878


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