Sunglasses are the eye glasses which are used to prevent the sunlight or block the harmful UV rays reaching the eyes.
Aviators are the protective eye wear. It is developed by Ray-Ban Company. It was made for the pilots for the protection of eyes while flying. It has a thin wire frame with large lenses.
|Glasses tinted to protect the eyes from sunlight or glare.||Denoting a style of sunglasses having a thin wire frame and large lenses.|
|Synonyms||Bifocals, contact lens, eyeshield, goggles, dark glasses||Circular, crew, birdman, ace, flier, aeronaut|
|History||Sunglasses were introduced to America in the early 1900’s, and have been a staple of summer weather, afternoons at the beach, and days out in the city ever since. Prior to the 20th century, some medieval and far east references were made of using tinted or shaded glass for viewing purposes, but most credit the widespread commercial use of sunglasses to Sam Foster in the late 1920’s.||Aviator sunglasses, or “pilot’s glasses”, were originally developed in 1936 by Bausch & Lomb for pilots to protect their eyes while flying, thus the name aviator. The Aviator became a well-known style of sunglasses when General Douglas MacArthur landed on a beach in the Philippines in World War II and newspaper photographers snapped several pictures of him wearing them.|
|Word origin||The word sunglass was originated in between 1800-10.||The word aviator was originated in between 1885-90.|
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