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vision

US [ˈvɪʒ(ə)n]
UK ['vɪʒ(ə)n]
  • n.视野;视力;异象;想象
  • v.在梦(幻)中看见;想像
  • Web愿景;视觉;远见
Plural Form:visions  
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n.
1.
[u]
视力;视野the ability to see; the area that you can see from a particular position
to have good/perfect/poor/blurred/normal vision
视力好╱极好╱差╱模糊╱正常
20–20 vision(= the ability to see perfectly)
20–20 的视力
Cats have good night vision .
猫的夜视能力强。
The couple moved outside her field of vision .
这对夫妇离开了她的视野。
He glimpsed something on the edge of his vision.
他斜眼瞥见了点什么。
2.
[c]
想象;幻象an idea or a picture in your imagination
He had a vision of a world in which there would be no wars.
他幻想有一个没有战争的世界。
I had visions of us getting hopelessly lost.
我想象我们完全迷失了方向。
3.
[c]
梦幻;幻象;神示;异象a dream or similar experience, especially of a religious kind
The idea came to her in a vision.
她在神示中想到了这个主意。
4.
[u]
想象力;眼力;远见卓识the ability to think about or plan the future with great imagination and intelligence
a leader of vision
有远见的领袖
5.
[c]
a ~ (of sth)
俊男;天仙;有…气质的人a person of great beauty or who shows the quality mentioned
She was a vision in white lace.
她穿着镶白色网眼纱边的衣服美极了。
a vision of loveliness
可爱的人
6.
[u]
(电视或影院屏幕的)影像,画面the picture on a television or cinema/movie theater screen
We apologize for the loss of vision.
很抱歉没法显示画面。

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