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partially sighted

Line breaks: par|tial¦ly sight¦ed

Definition of partially sighted in English:

adjective

Having a visual impairment: a partially sighted child
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  • Visual impairment is used to describe people who are blind or partially sighted, as opposed to long or short-sighted.
  • Hosted by Iain Johnston, chairman of the Winged Fellowship Trust, the evening served to raise money for the charity that provides short breaks and activity days for disabled, blind and partially sighted people, and their carers.
  • The Swindon Access Guide lists whether a centre has facilities such as wheelchair access, disabled parking, guides for the blind or partially sighted, and infra red hearing enhancement systems so that trips can be planned in advance.

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