Dictionary search results

Showing 1-37 of 37 results

visual British & World English

Relating to seeing or sight

visual English Thesaurus

the child has visual defects

visual aid British & World English

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

visual art British & World English

Creative art whose products are to be appreciated by sight, such as painting, sculpture, and film-making (as contrasted with literature and music)

visual ray British & World English

An imaginary line representing the path of light from an object to the eye

visual acuity British & World English

Sharpness of vision, measured by the ability to discern letters or numbers at a given distance according to a fixed standard

visual angle British & World English

The angle formed at the eye by rays from the extremities of an object viewed

visual binary British & World English

A binary star of which the components are sufficiently far apart to be resolved by an optical telescope

visual cortex British & World English

The part of the cerebral cortex that receives and processes sensory nerve impulses from the eyes

visual field British & World English

Another term for field of vision.

visual purple British & World English

A purplish-red light-sensitive pigment present in the retinas of humans and many other animal groups

visual agnosia British & World English

A condition in which a person can see but cannot recognize or interpret visual information, due to a disorder in the parietal lobes

visual display unit British & World English

A device for displaying input signals as characters on a screen

audiovisual British & World English

Using both sight and sound, typically in the form of images and recorded speech or music

visual aids in visual aid British & World English

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

visual arts in visual art British & World English

Creative art whose products are to be appreciated by sight, such as painting, sculpture, and film-making (as contrasted with literature and music)