Definition of long-sighted in English:

long-sighted

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adjective

British
1Having long sight.
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  • If you are diagnosed as long-sighted, it is likely that your optician will prescribe glasses or contact lenses to correct your vision.
  • Left untreated, young children who are long-sighted may eventually lose vision in one eye.
  • They also check that a child can follow movement in the normal field of vision (looking up, down, and side to side), and is not short-sighted or long-sighted.
1.1Having imagination or foresight.
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  • While some of its specifics are a problem, the overall argument provides a coherent, long-sighted perspective on this most restive period in the history of the stage.
  • I think it the most long-sighted view it is possible to take.

Derivatives

long-sightedly

adverb

long-sightedness

noun
More example sentences
  • Chennai joins select cities in the country to launch a new laser-driven vision correction procedure for short-sightedness, long-sightedness and astigmatism.
  • He suffers from long-sightedness and now needs to wear glasses when reading some government papers.
  • If you perform a lot of close work and find you are getting eye-strain or headaches, this may indicate an excessive effort to focus the eyes, which could be due to long-sightedness.

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