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vision
'vɪʒən
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses.
  2. The ability to see; the visual faculty.
  3. The perceptual experience of seeing.
  4. A vivid mental image.
  5. A religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance.
Hyphenationvi•sion
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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视觉shìjuésight; vision; visual
先见之明xiānjiàn zhī míngforesight
眼光yǎnguānggaze; insight; foresight; vision; way of looking at things
视力shìlìvision; eyesight
幻想huànxiǎngdelusion; fantasy
梦见mèngjiànto dream about (something or somebody); to see in a dream
想象xiǎngxiàngto imagine; to fancy
显示xiǎnshìto show; to illustrate; to display; to demonstrate
远见yuǎnjiànvision
愿景yuànjǐngvision (of the future)
目光mùguāngsight; vision; view; gaze; look
胸襟xiōngjīnlapel of jacket; heart; aspiration; vision
chì(interchangeable ) to have a casual and short glance; to catch a glimpse of, pretty eyes, insight; vision, bright eyes
(same as ) to have a casual and short glance; to catch a glimpse of, pretty eyes, insight; vision, bright eyes
预见yùjiànto foresee; to predict; to forecast; to envision; foresight; intuition; vision
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