vision

listen to the pronunciation of vision
Englisch - Türkisch
görme

Olası yan etkiler arasında bulanık görme ve nefes darlığı bulunmaktadır. - Possible side effects include blurred vision and shortness of breath.

Kuşların keskin bir görme gücü vardır. - Birds have sharp vision.

{i} ileriyi görme
hayal/sağgörü/görüş
{i} görme; görüş: The operation restored his vision. Ameliyat yeniden görmesini sağladı. field of vision görüş alanı
tasavvur
{i} vizyon

Lütfen vizyonumu kontrol et. - Please check my vision.

Disney filmleri toplumun bir Amerikan vizyonudur. - Disney films are an American vision of society.

çok güzel kimse
düş
rüya
görüm
geniş görüş
rüyet
görüntü ile ilgili
bakış
tahayyül
arzu
hayal

Chaplin hayalperestti. - Chaplin was visionary.

tasvir
görüş

Görüşünü kontrol edeceğim. - I'll check your vision.

Benim görüşüm kötüleşiyor. - My vision's getting worse.

feraset
görüş kabiliyeti
gözü açıklık
görünüş
oy
istek
{i} öngörü
{i} görülmeye değer şey
{i} önsezi
kuruntuya dayanan şey
(fiil) hayal gibi görmek
{i} güzel kimse
{i} hayal gücü
{i} görme gücü

Kuşların keskin bir görme gücü vardır. - Birds have sharp vision.

{i} kuruntu
hayal gibi görmek
(Tıp) Görme, görme kudreti, duygusu, retinada ışığın meydana getirdiği uyarım ile etraftaki cisimlerden haberdar olma, vizyon, visus
imgelem
visionalhayali
görüntü

Gerçek görüntüler yoktur. - There are no real visions.

vision & lighting
(Otomotiv) görüş ve aydınlatma
vision carrier frequency
(Televizyon) resim taşıyan frekans
vision carrier frequency
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim taşıyıcı frekans
vision conditions
(Askeri) görüş şartları
vision control supervisor
(Teknik,Televizyon) video mühendisi
vision control supervisor
(Teknik,Televizyon) alıcı denetçisi
vision defect
(Tıp) görme bozukluğu
vision disorders
(Tıp,Optik) görme bozuklukları
vision frequency
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim frekansı
vision frequency
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim taşıyıcı frekans
vision holder
vizyon sahibi
vision intermediate frequency
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim ara frekansı
vision light
gözetleme camı
vision perception
görsel algı
vision statement
(Politika, Siyaset) vizyon bildirisi
vision system
(Askeri) görüş sistemi
vision tests
(Tıp,Optik) görme testleri
vision aid
vizyon yardım
vision carrier
resim taşıyıcı dalga
vision control
kamera kontrol, alıcı deneti
vision modulation
resim modülasyonu, resim degistirimi
vision of
görme
vision quest
vizyon arayışı
vision signal
görüntü sinyali
vision break
(Teknik,Televizyon) görüntü kesilmesi
vision break
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim kesilmesi
vision control
(Teknik,Televizyon) kamera kontrol
vision control
(Teknik,Televizyon) alıcı deneti
vision mixer
resim seçici
vision modulation
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim modülasyonu
vision modulation
(Teknik,Televizyon) resim değiştirimi
vision signal
(Televizyon) televizyon işareti
vision slit
(Askeri) gözetleme mazgalı
vision slit
(Askeri) GÖZETLEME MAZGALI: Özellikle bir tank veya diğer bir zırhlı aracın içinden dışarı çıkmak için zırh üzerine açılmış dar yarık veya aralık
binocular vision
iki gözle görme
visioning
(Ticaret) vizyon geliştirme
artificial vision
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) bilgisayarla görme
blurred vision
(Gıda) bulanık görme

Olası yan etkiler arasında bulanık görme ve nefes darlığı bulunmaktadır. - Possible side effects include blurred vision and shortness of breath.

computer vision
bilgisayar görüntüsü
computer vision
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarla görme
field of vision
görüş alanı
field of vision
(Tıp) görme alanı
field of vision
(Askeri) görüş sahası
field of vision
görüş açısı
spatial vision
uzamsal görme
tunnel vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tünel görüşü
achromatic vision
renksiz görüntü
acuity of vision
görüş keskinliği
angle of vision
görüş açısı
binocular vision
binoküler görüş
direct vision prism
doğru gören prizma
field of vision
geniş görüş alanı
line of vision
görüş hattı
organ of vision
görme kılganı
blurred vision
Bulanık görüş
broad vision
ufku geniş
daylight vision
gün ışığı görme
double vision
çift görme
envisage, vision, visualize
öngörmekle, vizyon, görselleştirmek
have a good vision for
için iyi bir vizyon var
have a vision
vizyon sahibi olmak
in vision
vizyonda
lofty vision
İddialı plan

President Bush set out his lofty vision of sending astronauts back to the Moon.

monocular vision
tek gözlü vizyon
near vision
yakın görme
night vision
karanlıkta görme
night vision
Gece görüş
night vision binoculars
(Askeri) gece görüş dürbünü
one way vision
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) Reklamcıların kullandığı delikli içeriden bakıldığında dışarıyı gösteren, dışarıdan bakıldığında içeriyi göstermeyen bir malzeme türüne verilen ad.Tek taraflı görüş
optimistic vision
iyimser görüş
peripheral vision
Periferik görme
persistence of vision
görme yeteneğinin sürmesi, görme sürerligi
prophetic biblical vision
kehanet İncille vizyon
rear-vision miror
Dikiz aynası
rear-vision mirror
arka görüş aynası
unusually acute vision
Alışılmadık akut vizyon
visioned
vizyonu
Joint Vision
(Askeri) Müşterek Vizyon
Joint Vision 2020
(Askeri) Müşterek Vizyon 2020
World Vision Relief and Development, Inc.
(Askeri) Dünya Vizyon Yardım ve Geliştirme Ano.Şti
acquire a vision
vizyon edinmek
artificial vision
bilgisayarla gorme
central vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) merkezi görme
chemical vision
(Kimya) kimyasal görüş
cone of vision
(Denizbilim) görme konisi
contemporary vision
çağdaş vizyon
defect of vision
görme bozukluğu
defective colour vision
(Aydınlatma) renk görme sapaklığı
facial vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yüzle görme
factors effecting night vision
(Askeri) Gece görüşünü etkileyen faktörler
field of vision
(Askeri) GÖRÜŞ SAHASI: Nişancıya normal mevziinden mevcut olan toplam açı. Ayrıca bakınız: "field of view"
line of vision
bakış açısı
line of vision
(Askeri) GÖRÜŞ HATTI: Bak. "line of sight"
machine vision
bilgisayarla goru
modern vision
çağdaş vizyon
night vision
gece görülen hayalet
night vision device
(Askeri) gece görüş cihazı
night vision goggle
(Askeri) gece görüş gözlüğü
night vision system
(Askeri) gece görüş sistemi
organ of vision
(Anatomi) görme organı
partial vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kısmi görme
peripheral vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yandan görme
peripheral vision
kenardan görme
peripheral vision
(Televizyon) çevresel görüş
peripheral vision
(Televizyon) çevresel görme
persistance of vision
gorme surerligi
persistence of vision
(Fizik) görme yeteneğinin sürmesi
persistence of vision
(Fizik,Teknik) görme sürerliği
pilot night vision system
(Askeri) pilot gece görüş sistemi
robot vision
robot görüntüsü
scotopic vision
(Tıp) Zayıf ışıkta görebilme yeteneği
spatial vision
uzamsal gorme
stereoscopic vision
(Askeri) stereoskopik görüş
stereoscopic vision
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) stereoskopik görme
stereoscopic vision
(Askeri) STEREOSKOPİK GÖRÜŞ: Üçüncü boyutu kıymetlendirme kabiliyeti
within range of vision
görüş alanı içinde
Englisch - Englisch
To imagine something as if it were to be true
A person or thing of extraordinary beauty
A religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance

He had a vision of the Virgin Mary.

An ideal or a goal toward which one aspires

He worked tirelessly toward his vision of world peace.

Something imaginary one thinks one sees

He tried drinking from the pool of water, but realized it was only a vision.

The sense or ability of sight
{n} sight, a phantom, ghost, dream, revelation
a vivid mental image; "he had a vision of his own death"
An over-arching statement or decision on the way an organization wants to be An ideal state of being at a future point A statement of the desired end state of the organization articulated and deployed by the executive leadership Organizational visions are inspiring; clear, challenging, reasonable, and empowering Effective visions honor the past while they prepare for the future A broad statement founded on current trends and issues of where the organization will be in the next decade, but not how it will get there
That which is seen; an object of sight
Internal publication of the VIS, informing the Service of the results of disease surveillance and new developments
Imagination of what could be accomplished or is possible at some future time
The farthest horizon imaginable at the present time for the future of the organization
a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance; "he had a vision of the Virgin Mary
{f} envision; imagine, image; see
simple statement of agreement indicating what an area should be in the future; delineates broad objectives for the corridor that normally lead to more detailed planning alternatives, concepts, policies, and management strategies, and that generally guide more specific decisions where unusual conditions exist
n 1 Intelligent foresight 2 The manner in which one sees or conceives of something 3 An image produced by the imagination 4 Force or power of imagination 5 Imaginative foresight 6 An image of a potential future The Vision is the BIG picture This is how your life, environment and those connected to your dream and will optimumly appear and operate in the physical universe as you approach its completion This includes the state of your and others objects, wealth, resources, income, friends, mood levels, expansion, position in society, happiness and success The vision is the software for the mind
What the future looks like A company vision provides the context that allows the participants to understand their contributions, roles, responsibilities and purposes
Your vision is your ability to see clearly with your eyes. It causes blindness or serious loss of vision = sight
1 a mental image; an imaginative contemplation (to have visions of power) 2 a) mode of seeing or conceiving (a project made possible by one person's vision) b) force or power of imagination (a statesman of great vision)
a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance; "he had a vision of the Virgin Mary"
Your vision of a future situation or society is what you imagine or hope it would be like, if things were very different from the way they are now. I have a vision of a society that is free of exploitation and injustice That's my vision of how the world could be
noun The dream A description of what the organization would like to be
– A realistic, credible, attractive future for your organization There is no more powerful engine driving an organization toward excellence and long-range success than an attractive, worthwhile, and achievable vision of the future that is widely shared by your internal audiences and most important external audiences
A vision is the experience of seeing something that other people cannot see, for example in a religious experience or as a result of madness or taking drugs. It was on 24th June 1981 that young villagers first reported seeing the Virgin Mary in a vision
the perceptual experience of seeing; "the runners emerged from the trees into his clear vision"; "he had a visual sensation of intense light"
A statement that expresses what a group is trying to build-aspirations to be realized It conveys an image of the future
The act of seeing external objects; actual sight
If you have a vision of someone in a particular situation, you imagine them in that situation, for example because you are worried that it might happen, or hope that it will happen. He had a vision of Cheryl, slumped on a plastic chair in the waiting-room Maybe you had visions of being surrounded by happy, smiling children. = image
A description of what the organization wants to be in the future as it successfully fulfills its mission It is more aspirational than a mission statement and should help to inspire the leaders, staff and members
the formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses; "popular imagination created a world of demons"; "imagination reveals what the world could be"
A statement at the head of a strategic planning document that visualises where the organisation will be in the longterm
Your vision is everything that you can see from a particular place or position. Jane blocked Cross's vision and he could see nothing = view see also tunnel vision. computer vision double vision vision quest
A clear, positive, inspirational statement, describing what the organization is striving to be in the future, expressed in simple specific terms
within this curriculum, a technical term used to describe an image of the future which articulates an individual’s or group's most closely held values, most cherished ideals, and most preferred goals in a positive statement of a preferred future outcome
The faculty of seeing; sight; one of the five senses, by which colors and the physical qualities of external objects are appreciated as a result of the stimulating action of light on the sensitive retina, an expansion of the optic nerve
Especially, that which is seen otherwise than by the ordinary sight, or the rational eye; a supernatural, prophetic, or imaginary sight; an apparition; a phantom; a specter; as, the visions of Isaiah
A description of the optimum environment which the agency or organizational unit or level is striving to achieve (FEDSIM, 1993)
The primary tool used for the process of visual information in the learning process Vision is the result of a child's ability to interpret and understand the information that comes to him from sight He must perceive the meaning of the visual information Vision is the scope of a child's understanding of his world and is based on what a child brings into the academic environment as well as what he derives from it
{i} act or power of seeing with the eye, sight; insight, foresight; divination, foreknowledge; imagination; apparition, figment of the imagination
a broad statement of future intent clearly defines the results that the organization is seeking to achieve
Hence, something unreal or imaginary; a creation of fancy
A shared understanding of the desired future conditions for an organization or group of people
To see in a vision; to dream
An overarching statement of the way an organization wants to be; an ideal state of being at a future point
A statement that describes how the organisation wishes to be in the future
Vision is a learned, dynamic (or changing) process of organizing, interpreting and understanding what is seen It is a process that integrates sensory and motor information generated by the brain and body to derive meaning and direct movement We use vision to guide motor behavior, interpret space and time, as well as integrate information from our other senses (hearing, touch, taste and smell), so we may think, understand and react to the world around us It involves 20 visual abilities and more than 65% of all pathways to the brain Vision is a significant part of how we process information and a key factor in how we learn SEE: EYESIGHT For more information, see What is Vision?
Eyes gather visual information, which is sent to your brain to be processed and understood The retina, in the back of your eye, has special cells called rods and cones that are sensitive to light These are nerve cells, so the retina is actually part of your brain! The rods sense brightness and the cones sense color
the perception of Christ or the Holy Spirit that sees beyond the body to the spirit that is our true Identity; the vision of forgiveness and sinlessness through which is seen the real world; purely internal, reflecting a decision to accept reality rather than judge it; a shift in attitude from the ego's purpose for the body (specialness) to the Holy Spirit's (forgiveness), and thus is not to be equated with physical sight
The act of perceiving and interpreting visual information with the eyes, mind, and body
the ability to see; the faculty of vision
the perceptual experience of seeing; "the runners emerged from the trees into his clear vision"; "he had a visual sensation of intense light" a vivid mental image; "he had a vision of his own death" a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance; "he had a vision of the Virgin Mary
avision
beatific
vision panel
A small window in a door which allows people to look through without opening the door
vision statement
A form of mission statement, issued by a company or organization, in which its intentions for the future are stated
vision thing
a political view that encompasses the longer term as distinct from short-term objectives
vision science
Vision science is the science dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of visual perception and the visual system. Vision scientists study various aspects of vision from the perspectives of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, computer science, psychophysics, and optometry
Vision of the Dry Bones
prophetic biblical vision
vision quest
A period of spiritual seeking among certain Native American peoples, often undertaken as a puberty rite, that typically involves isolation, fasting, and the inducement of a trance state for the purpose of attaining guidance or knowledge from supernatural forces. Essential rite of passage for adolescent boys of the Eastern Woodlands and Plains Indian peoples. The youth was sent out from the camp on a solitary vigil involving fasting and prayer in order that he might gain some sign, often through a dream, of the presence and nature of his guardian spirit. Upon receiving these visions, he returned home and communicated them to a shaman or elder, who helped interpret them
view vision
area that one can see from a specific standpoint
First Vision
A religious belief that God the Father and Jesus Christ appeared to the fourteen-year-old Joseph Smith, Jr. in a wooded area (now called the Sacred Grove) near Palmyra, New York in the early spring of 1820
Smell-O-Vision
Any such system that adds olfaction to cinematography, often portrayed as futuristic or far-fetched

Smellevision Replaces Television.

Smell-O-Vision
A system that choreographed the release of odors during the projection of a film, invented by Hans Laube

But, alas, audiences were unimpressed and smell-o-vision technology was stillborn.

X-ray vision
the ability to see through layers of objects at the discretion of the holder of this superpower
beatific vision
The eternal and direct visual perception of God
computer vision
The science and technology of machines that see, concerned with the theory for building artificial systems that obtain information from images, such as a video sequence, views from multiple cameras, or multi-dimensional data from a medical scanner
distance vision
The ability to see clearly an image that is relatively far away (greater than about 36 inches)
double vision
a disorder of vision, (diplopia), in which a single object is seen as two
near vision
The ability to see clearly an image that is relatively close (about 10 to 13 inches)
night vision
The ability, either by technology or by superpowers, to see in a dark environment
smell-o-vision
Cinematography with the addition of olfaction, often portrayed as futuristic or far-fetched

I don’t think we’re ready for networked smell-o-vision.

tunnel vision
A restricted field of vision as the result of looking through some type of object or a medical condition

It took some time for him to get used to the tunnel vision he experienced while looking through a periscope.

tunnel vision
To focus one's attention on one specific item or event, to the exclusion of everything else.; a one-track mind

After Mark fell victim to tunnel vision, nothing you could say to him would change his mind.

x-ray vision
Alternative spelling of X-ray vision
have a good vision for
(deyim) Be good at noticing things
rear-vision mirror
A rear-view mirror (or sometimes, rear-vision mirror in British English) is a functional type of mirror found on automobiles and other vehicles, designed to allow the driver to see the area behind the vehicle through the back window
Brand Vision
(Reklam) See Brand Platform
Collective vision
This occurs when more than one person simultaneously sees an apparition
Formula Vision Technologies
{i} managing holding and investment company for Israeli companies who develop and promote proprietary IT solutions to international markets, member of the Formula Group (Nasdaq: FORTY)
More: www.formulavision.com
Formula Vision Technologies Ltd.
{i} managing holding and investment company for Israeli companies who develop and promote proprietary IT solutions to international markets, member of the Formula Group (Nasdaq: FORTY)
More: www.formulavision.com
Net Vision
Israeli Internet service provider
Pilot's Night Vision Sensor
sensors in a pilot's cabin that produce pictures from heat waves, PNVS
Sorenson Vision
computer company that developed a program for compressing video and multimedia files (headquartered in Utah, USA)
Spontaneous vision
A spontaneous vision occurs unexpectedly, without the use of any facilitating objects or powers
achromatic vision
vision using the rods
binocular vision
the ability to use both eyes at once
binocular vision
Overlapping fields of vision in which both eyes can focus on a distant object to produce a stereoscopic (three-dimensional) image
binocular vision
vision involving the use of both eyes
binocular vision
Vision using both eyes working together to perceive a single image
binocular vision
The zone defined by the intersection of the two shapes that define the right and left monocular visions The zone that can be seen by both the right and left eyes
binocular vision
The blending of the separate images seen by each eye into a single image; allows images to be seen with depth
binocular vision
The brain's combining of the images from the two eyes into a single impression
binocular vision
The blending of the separate images seen by each eye into a single image going to the brain, allowing three dimensional images, which leads to depth perception
binocular vision
Is the ability of both eyes to look at the same object Someone with no binocular vision will have poor near depth perception Things like steps and doorways may be a problem
binocular vision
the simultaneous use of the two eyes Normal binocular vision yields a stereoscopic image and depth perception
binocular vision
The blending of the separate images seen by each of two eyes into a single image Normal binocular vision yields a stereoscopic image and parallax-induced depth perception
binocular vision
The ability to maintain visual focus on an object with both eyes, creating a single visual image Lack of binocular vision is normal in infants Adults without binocular vision experience distortions in depth perception and visual measurement of distance
binocular vision
Vision as a result of both eyes working as a team; when both eyes work together smoothly, accurately, equally and simultaneously
binocular vision
vision which utilizes both eyes at once
binocular vision
the ability of the visual cortex (located in the occipital lobe of the brain) to combine the impulses it receives from the images on the retinas of both eyes into one single image
binocular vision
Each eye looking at the same object sees a slightly different image Binocular vision is the ability to fuse these two images into one and gives us the ability to perceive depth and judge distances See also stereopsis
binocular vision
blending of the separate images seen by the two eyes Normal binocular vision produces a stereoscopic image and parallax-induced depth perception
binocular vision
the ability to focus both eyes on one object, which humans, monkeys, and some birds and other animals have
central vision
vision using the fovea and parafovea
color vision
the normal ability to see colors
computer vision
Field of robotics in which programs attempt to identify objects represented in digitized images provided by video cameras, thus enabling robots to "see. " Much work has been done on stereo vision as an aid to object identification and location within a three-dimensional field of view. Recognition of objects in real time, as would be needed for active robots in complex environments, usually requires computing power beyond the capabilities of present-day technology. See also pattern recognition
daylight vision
normal vision in daylight; vision with sufficient illumination that the cones are active and hue is perceived
distance vision
vision for objects that a 20 feet or more from the viewer
double vision
If someone is suffering from double vision, they see a single object as two objects, for example because they are ill or have drunk too much alcohol. A disorder of vision in which a single object appears double. Also called diplopia. a medical condition in which you see two objects instead of one all the time, for example after an accident. or diplopia Perception of two images of an object, usually caused by temporary or permanent eye-muscle paralysis. Normally, the brain fuses slightly different images from each eye by matching corresponding points on each retina. When an eye muscle is paralyzed, the image falls at a different point and the images do not correspond. Double vision may be an early symptom of botulism or myasthenia gravis and occurs in other infections, head injuries, and nerve or muscle disorders
dream vision
A narrative poem, especially in medieval literature, in which the main character falls asleep and experiences events having allegorical, didactic, or moral significance
field of vision
all of the points of the physical environment that can be perceived by a stable eye at a given moment
field of vision
The expanse of space visible with both eyes looking straight ahead, measured in degrees; 180 degrees is considered normal
field of vision
The entire area which can be seen without shifting the gaze
field of vision
range of vision, visual field, area visible through the lens of an optical instrument, area which one can see
field of vision
The entire area that can be seen without shifting of gaze
foveal vision
vision with the fovea
has a twenty-twenty vision
has perfect vision
has vision
imaginative, creative, has the ability to think clearly
line of vision
Your line of vision is the same as your line of sight. Any crack in a car windscreen always seems to be right in the driver's line of vision
machine vision
(Ticaret) Systems that use video cameras, robots or other devices, and computers to visually analyze an operation or activity. Typical uses include automated inspection, optical character recognition and other non-contact applications
man of vision
man with dreams; man with goals and motivation; man who has a great imagination
monocular vision
vision with only one eye
near vision
vision for objects 2 feet or closer to the viewer
night vision
the ability to see in reduced illumination (as in moonlight)
night vision
ability to see at night
night vision
Night vision equipment enables people, for example soldiers or pilots, to see better at night. night vision goggles. A trademark used for a technology that enables vision at night, as by amplification of low light to create visible images or by detection of infrared wavelengths. Vision in dim light
peripheral vision
The seeing of objects displaced from the primary line of site and outside of the central visual field point methodA method of estimating the illuminance at various locations in a building using photometric data
peripheral vision
vision using only the periphery of the retina
peripheral vision
The edges of your visual field
peripheral vision
(per-IF-ur-al) Side vision; ability to see objects and movement outside of the direct line of vision
peripheral vision
The area of vision lying just outside the line of sight to either side of the face For activities such as driving and sports, it is important not to obstruct peripheral vision
peripheral vision
the ability to see to the left and the right of direct vision Pink Eye: medically known as conjunctivitis, it is the inflammation of the membrane that covers the eyelid's inner surface Planned Replacement Lenses: contact lenses that are replaced at regular intervals as determined by the eye care practitioner to avoid the build up of lens deposits which can affect vision and cause discomfort Polymers: a specific chemical component in the combination of chemicals that form the plastic that lenses are made from
peripheral vision
Side vision; vision not in the straight-ahead direction
peripheral vision
commonly called "side vision," this vision is processed in the area of the retina outside the macula, where light through the front of the eye is not focused and is less intense
peripheral vision
Side vision; the ability to see objects and movement outside of the direct line of vision
peripheral vision
The ability to see objects and movement outside of the direct line of vision
peripheral vision
Side vision or what an eye can see to the side while looking straight ahead
peripheral vision
The seeing of objects displaced from the primary line of site and outside of the central visual field
peripheral vision
The ability to see or be aware of the vision around about us or to the sides defects in this ability can be caused by diseases such as glaucoma, tumours, retinal detachments and strokes to name but a few Good peripheral vision is essential in driving, most sports and reading Peripheral vision can be tested using visual field testing instruments
peripheral vision
Side vision; ability to see objects and movement outside of the direct line of vision
peripheral vision
Side vision The ability to see objects and movement outside of the direct line of vision
peripheral vision
Ability to perceive objects when outside the direct line of vision
peripheral vision
Side vision The ability to see objects and movement outside the direct central line of vision
peripheral vision
The ability to see objects and movements with side vision, outside the direct line of sight
prophetic vision
vision of the future, vision that predicts future events
repair a tarnished vision
fix a stained reputation, clear one's name
sensory vision
looking with the eyes, seeing without visual aids
stereoscopic vision
three-dimensional vision produced by the fusion of two slightly different views of a scene on each retina
tarnished vision
ruined image, stained reputation, reputation that is ruined
tunnel vision
(Slang) narrow-mindedness, limited perspective; (Pathology) visual impairment characterized by a loss of peripheral vision
tunnel vision
If you suffer from tunnel vision, you are unable to see things that are not straight in front of you
tunnel vision
disapproval If you say that someone has tunnel vision, you disapprove of them because they are concentrating completely on achieving a particular aim, and do not notice or consider all the different aspects of what they are doing
tunnel vision
visual impairment involving a loss of peripheral vision
visioned
past of vision
visioned
Having the power of seeing visions; inspired; also, seen in visions
visioning
present participle of vision
visions
plural of vision
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Definition von vision im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

create a vision
vizyon oluşturmak
vision
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