Definition of peripheral vision in English:

peripheral vision

Syllabification: pe·riph·er·al vi·sion

noun

Side vision; what is seen on the side by the eye when looking straight ahead.
More example sentences
  • The sunglasses themselves have a great range of vision up and down and pretty good peripheral vision.
  • She is legally blind in the affected eye, although she has some peripheral vision.
  • The issue then becomes what standard of vertical peripheral vision is required.

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