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a sight ——

Definition of a sight —— in English:

informal or dialect Used to indicate that something is so described to a considerable extent: the old lady is a sight cleverer than Sarah he’s a sight too full of himself
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  • Yet it uses a sight less fuel (42.8mpg against 35.3mpg) and produces significantly less carbon dioxide (156 compared with 170g/km).
  • I doubt it'll beat OJ - last he told me, he was actually in credit - but it's a sight less than I'd been anticipating.
  • Death is a sight preferable to what will happen to you.
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