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vision US English

The faculty or state of being able to see

vision US Thesaurus

her vision was blurred by tears

red vision US English

Abnormal vision in which all objects appear tinged with red; an instance of this.

skin vision US English

The (supposed) ability to see, or to perceive light or colour, by means of the skin.

word-vision US English

The ability to understand the meaning of written words (the opposite of word-blindness).

colour vision US English

The ability to perceive or differentiate between colours.

double vision US English

The simultaneous perception of two images, usually overlapping, of a single scene or object

dream vision US English

The action or fact of seeing someone or something in a dream, especially as a form of prophesy. Also (now chiefly): an instance of this; a vision experienced in a dream.

mirror vision US English

Vision in or as in a mirror.

night vision US English

The faculty of seeing in very low light, especially after the eyes have become adapted

single-vision US English

Denoting glasses of which each lens is a single optical element; not bifocal

tunnel vision US English

Defective sight in which objects cannot be properly seen if not close to the center of the field of view

vision quest US English

An attempt to achieve a vision of a future guardian spirit, traditionally undertaken at puberty by boys of the Plains Indian peoples, typically through fasting or self-torture

tunnel vision US Thesaurus

without the tunnel vision that exasperated their friends and family, this team of inventors would never have made their mark in history

crystal-vision US English

A vision, especially as seen whilst gazing into a crystal ball or another translucent medium.

distance vision US English

Ability to see distant objects; visual acuity for such objects, typically measured at a distance of 6 metres.

machine vision US English

The capacity of computers, robots, etc., to obtain information about objects, especially their external features such as shape and colour, on the basis of reflected electromagnetic radiation.

binocular vision US English

Vision using two eyes with overlapping fields of view, allowing good perception of depth

line of vision US English

The straight line along which an observer looks

peripheral vision US English

Side vision; what is seen on the side by the eye when looking straight ahead

field of vision US English

The entire area that a person or animal is able to see when their eyes are fixed in one position

line of vision in line1 US English

The straight line along which an observer looks