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visual aid

Saltos de línea: vis¦ual aid

Definición de visual aid en inglés:

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1 (usually visual aids) An item of illustrative matter, such as a film, slide, or model, designed to supplement written or spoken information so that it can be understood more easily.
Example sentences
  • For Neurath, visualization does not merely act as illustration; visual aids are ‘part of the explanation themselves.’
  • Mr Garwood became well known for his Sunday morning ministry at the bandstage, when he frequently introduced unusual visual aids to illustrate his sermons and talks to the children.
  • Your meeting will typically include visual aids that illustrate the appropriate amount to eat.
2A device used to improve vision, such as a magnifying glass or glasses.
Example sentences
  • Researchers are the University of Wisconsin have developed what is surely the weirdest visual aid ever: A device that lets the blind see - by using their tongues.
  • Visual impairment may be helped with the use of glasses or other visual aids.
  • Not so the directors of Ash Technologies, who certainly believe their portable visual aids for the partially sighted genuinely improve the lives of their users.

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