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sight

US [saɪt]
UK [saɪt]
  • v.看见;瞄准;发现;给…装瞄准器
  • n.视力;情景;视域;风景
  • adj.【商业】见票即照付的
  • Web视觉;眼界;景象
Plural Form:sights  Present Participle:sighting  Past Tense:sighted  
Sight
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n.
视力ability to see
1.
[u]
视力;视觉the ability to see
to lose your sight(= to become blind)
失明
She has very good sight.
她的视力很好。
The disease has affected her sight.
这种病影响了她的视力。
He has very little sight in his right eye.
他右眼视力极弱。
看见act of seeing
2.
[u]
~ of sb/sth
看见the act of seeing sb/sth
After ten days at sea, we had our first sight of land.
我们在海上航行十天之后,首次看见陆地。
I have been known to faint at the sight of blood.
大家都知道,我看到血就会昏倒。
The soldiers were given orders to shoot on sight(= as soon as they saw sb) .
士兵得到命令,见人就射击。
She caught sight of a car in the distance.
她看见远处有一辆汽车。
视野how far you can see
3.
[u]
视力范围;视野the area or distance within which sb can see or sth can be seen
There was no one in sight .
一个人也看不见。
At last we came in sight of a few houses.
最后,我们看到了几座房屋。
A bicycle came into sight on the main road.
大路上出现了一辆自行车。
The end is in sight(= will happen soon) .
结局已现端倪。
Leave any valuables in your car out of sight .
把贵重物品留在车里看不见的地方。
Keep out of sight(= stay where you cannot be seen) .
不要露面。
She never lets her daughter out of her sight(= always keeps her where she can see her) .
她从来不让女儿走出她的视线。
Get out of my sight!(= Go away!)
滚开!
The boat disappeared from sight .
那艘船从视野中消失了。
The house was hidden from sight behind some trees.
房子藏在树林后面。
He had placed himself directly in my line of sight .
当时他恰好出现在我的视线中。
看见的事物what you can see
4.
[c]
看见(或看得见)的事物;景象;情景a thing that you see or can see
It's a spectacular sight as the flamingos lift into the air.
一群红鹳飞向空中,景象十分壮观。
The museum attempts to recreate the sights and sounds of wartime Britain.
博物馆试图再现战时英国的情景。
He was a sorry sight , soaked to the skin and shivering.
他浑身湿透,打着寒战,一副凄惨的样子。
The bird is now a rare sight in this country.
如今在这个国家,这种鸟已罕见了。
好玩的地方interesting places
5.
[pl]
名胜;风景the interesting places, especially in a town or city, that are often visited by tourists
We're going to Paris for the weekend to see the sights .
我们打算去巴黎过周末,参观那里的名胜。
可笑的╱邋遢的人ridiculous/untidy person
6.
[sing]
(informal)
滑稽可笑(或邋遢、脏乱、讨厌)的人(或物)a person or thing that looks ridiculous, untidy, unpleasant, etc.
She looks a sight in that hat!
她戴着那顶帽子,样子够滑稽的!
枪炮;望远镜on gun/telescope
7.
[c][usupl]
瞄准器;观测器a device that you look through to aim a gun, etc. or to look at sth through a telescope , etc.
He had the deer in his sights now.
他现在瞄准了那头鹿。
Even as a young actress, she always had Hollywood firmly in her sights(= as her final goal) .
她还是年轻演员的时候,就瞄准了好莱坞。
IDM
At first sight, it may look like a generous offer, but always read the small print.
乍一看,对方给出的条件好像很优厚,但任何时候都不要小看那些小号字印刷的附加条款。
It was love at first sight(= we fell in love the first time we saw each other) .
我们一见钟情。
at first sight
乍一看;初看时when you first begin to consider sth
At first sight, it may look like a generous offer, but always read the small print.
乍一看,对方给出的条件好像很优厚,但任何时候都不要小看那些小号字印刷的附加条款。
初次见到when you see sb/sth for the first time
It was love at first sight(= we fell in love the first time we saw each other) .
我们一见钟情。
I can't stand the sight of him!
我看见他就烦!
hate, be sick of, etc. the sight of sb/sth
(informal)
十分厌恶;讨厌to hate, etc. sb/sth very much
I can't stand the sight of him!
我看见他就烦!
We are all equal in the sight of God.
在上帝眼里我们都是平等的。
in the sight of sb/in sbs sight
从某人的观点来看;在某人看来in sb's opinion
We are all equal in the sight of God.
在上帝眼里我们都是平等的。
They finally lost sight of land.
他们终于看不见陆地了。
We must not lose sight of our original aim.
我们决不能忘记我们最初的目标。
lose sight of sb/sth
再也见不着to become no longer able to see sb/sth
They finally lost sight of land.
他们终于看不见陆地了。
忽略;忘记to stop considering sth; to forget sth
We must not lose sight of our original aim.
我们决不能忘记我们最初的目标。
out of sight, out of mind
眼不见,心不想used to say sb will quickly be forgotten when they are no longer with you
raise/lower your sights
提高╱降低要求;眼光变高╱变低to expect more/less from a situation
She's set her sights on getting into Harvard.
她决心要上哈佛大学。
set your sights on sth/on doing sth
以…为奋斗目标;决心做到to decide that you want sth and to try very hard to get it
She's set her sights on getting into Harvard.
她决心要上哈佛大学。
She's done a darn sight better than I have.
她干得比我强多了。
It's worth a damn sight more than I thought.
它的价值比我原先想的高多了。
a (damn, etc.) sight better, etc.|a (damn, etc.) sight too good, etc.
(informal)
(好)得多;非常(好)very much better; much too good, etc.
She's done a darn sight better than I have.
她干得比我强多了。
It's worth a damn sight more than I thought.
它的价值比我原先想的高多了。
a sight for sore eyes
(informal)
喜欢见到的人(或物)a person or thing that you are pleased to see; something that is very pleasant to look at
sight unseen
在未见过的情况下;事先未经检查if you buy sthsight unseen , you do not have an opportunity to see it before you buy it
v.
1.
~ sth
看到,发现(期待的事物)to suddenly see sth, especially sth you have been looking for
After twelve days at sea, they sighted land.
在海上航行十二天后他们看到了陆地。

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