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myopic

División en sílabas: my·op·ic
Pronunciación: /ˌmīˈäpik
 
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Definición de myopic en inglés:

adjetivo

1Nearsighted.
Example sentences
  • Approximately 62 million people in the United States are myopic (ie, nearsighted) and require eyeglasses or contact lenses for vision correction.
  • And of the 5,000 children who turned up at eye clinics for further checks, about half were mildly myopic or shortsighted.
  • Retinal degeneration is more common in myopic eyes but it's not exactly related to macular degeneration.
Sinónimos
nearsighted;
chiefly British shortsighted
1.1Lacking imagination, foresight, or intellectual insight: the government still has a myopic attitude to public spending
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Originally they were portrayed as boring, myopic bean counters completely lacking in foresight or creativity.
  • Such notions are myopic and without foresight.
  • After all, why should the majority suffer for the myopic attitude of a minority, she asks.
Sinónimos
unimaginative, uncreative, unadventurous, narrow-minded, small-minded, short-term, shortsighted

Derivados

myopically

1
Pronunciación: /mīˈäpik(ə)lē/
adverbio
Example sentences
  • A man in a tattered suit, involved, myopically, in some elementary task, despite being surrounded by silent indifference.
  • We are myopically focused in one area, which lets us manage the political risk more effectively.
  • By late morning he stood on high ground bordering Styal Woods, looking back myopically over the gently undulating farmland.

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