Translation of visibility in Spanish:

visibility

Pronunciation: /ˌvɪzəˈbɪləti/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (range of vision) visibilidad (feminine)
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    • Most accidents in the past two months were the result of poor visibility because of rainy conditions, she said.
    • The information may also be passed on to divers, who are working in arduous conditions, battling poor weather and visibility as well as up to four metres of silt.
    • The rear lights have adaptive infrared control which adjusts the brightness of the LED diodes to match visibility and weather conditions.
    1.2 (prominence) notoriedad (feminine) sports sponsorship gives the company greater visibility el patrocinar deportes le da mayor notoriedad a la empresa
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    • Her visibility attracts plenty of attention at the post office from coworkers and customers, she says.
    • Women's eNews today has a commentary on the lack of visibility of prominent women in the media.
    • By giving use and visibility to the general usage of metadata, there's an incentive to converge on the same vocabulary.

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