Definition of sighted in English:

sighted

Line breaks: sight¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈsʌɪtɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a person) having the ability to see; not blind: a sighted guide is needed (as plural noun the sighted) both the sighted and the visually impaired
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  • His company, Traveleyes, pairs blind people with sighted travellers who, in return for a 25% discount on their holiday, act as guides.
  • The scheme was originally thought up by Plymouth Argyle Football Club, who were the first club to set up a commentary to relay information to blind supporters by a sighted fan who sits next to them in the crowd.
  • As the sighted child of blind parents Gareth Owens has always regarded the task of translating complexities into simple language as his birthright.
1.1 [in combination] Having a specified kind of sight: the keen-sighted watcher may catch a glimpse

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