sighted

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
gözleri gören
{f} gör
kör olmayan
{s} görüşlü
{s} gören
{s} görebilen
{s} görülen
sight gör
sight
{i} görme yeteneği

Kaza onu görme yeteneğinden mahrum bıraktı. - The accident deprived him of his sight.

Kazada görme yeteneğini yitirdi. - He lost his sight in the accident.

sight
görme

Manzarayı görmelisin. - You should see the sight.

Trafik kazası, genç adamı görme yeteneğinden mahrum etti. - The traffic accident deprived the young man of his sight.

sight
görüş alanı

Hedef görüş alanında. - The target is in sight.

Onları görüş alanımdan çıkarın. - Get them out of my sight.

sight
görünüş

Kanın görünüşüne asla dayanamadım. - I never could stand the sight of blood.

Görünüşte şaşırmış gibi duruyordu. - She stood astonished at the sight.

sight
{i} görüntü

Biz kalabalıkta adamın görüntüsünü kaybettik. - We lost sight of the man in the crowd.

Görüntüden korkmuştu. - He was frightened by the sight.

sight
manzara

Güzel bir manzaraydı. - It was a beautiful sight.

Ne güzel bir manzara! - What a beautiful sight!

sight
görüş

İlk görüşte ona âşık oldu. - She fell in love with him at first sight.

Ben ilk görüşte ona âşık oldum. - I fell in love with her on first sight.

sight
{i} görünüm

Ham petrolün sonu görünümde. - The end of the age of oil is in sight.

Ham petrol çağının sonu görünümde. - The end of the era of petroleum is in sight.

sight
ümit
able to see
görebilmek
sight
rasat
sight
(Askeri) rasad
sight
(Kanun) ibrazında
sight
görünürde

Derinleşen ekonomik krizin görünürde bir sonu var mı? - Is there any end in sight to the deepening economic crisis?

Görünürde hiçbir umut yoktu. - There was no hope in sight.

sight
(Kanun) vadesiz
sight
gürülmeye değer şey
sight
(Tıp)
sight
bakış

İlk bakışta görülebilenden daha çok ortak yönümüz var. - We have more in common than can be seen at first sight.

İlk bakışta, o nazik ve kibar görünüyordu. - At first sight, he seemed kind and gentle.

sight
(Askeri) gözlem yapmak
sight
{i} nazar

Allah'ının nazarında bütün insanlar eşittir. - In the sight of God, all men are equal.

clear sighted
keskin gözlü
clear-sighted
mantıklı
clear-sighted
keskin gözlü
dim sighted
anlayışsız
keen sighted
gözü keskin
long-sighted
ihtiyatlı
long-sighted
ilerisini düşünen
long-sighted
uzağı gören
quick-sighted
çabuk anlayan
quick-sighted
keskin gözlü
sharp sighted
keskin gözlü
sharp-sighted
keskin görüşlü
short-sighted
ileriyi göremeyen
short-sighted
sağgörüsüz
short-sighted
miyop
sight
korkunç ya da gülünç hal
sight
{f} gör

Derinleşen ekonomik krizin görünürde bir sonu var mı? - Is there any end in sight to the deepening economic crisis?

Ben görünce çok korktum. - I was much frightened at the sight.

sight
kanı

Manzara benim kanımı dondurdu. - The sight made my blood freeze.

Kanı görünce bayılacak gibi hissetti. - She felt faint at the sight of blood.

sight
düşünce

Kötü hava nedeniyle, şehir gezisi düşünceleri terk edildi. - Because of the bad weather, any thought of sight-seeing in the city was abandoned.

sight
nişan almak
sight
ç.görülmeye değer yerler
sight
görmek

Görmek için güzel bir manzaraydı. - It was a lovely sight to see.

Gerçeği söylemek gerekirse, onu çok görmekten nefret ediyorum. - To tell the truth, I hate the very sight of him.

sight
görülen şey
sight
görme gücü

Onun iyi bir görme gücü vardır. - He has a good eye sight.

clear sighted
açık görüşlü
clear sighted
aydın
long-sighted
presbit
narrow sighted
dar görüşlü
near sighted
Yakın görüşlü
clear sighted
iyi görebilen
clear sighted
ileriyi gören
clear sighted
ileri görüşlü
clear sighted
aydın,keskin gözlü
clear sighted
keskin görüşlü
long sighted
presbit
long sighted
uzağı gören
long sighted
ileriyi düşünen
quick sighted
keskin gözlü
quick sighted
keskin bakışlı
sharp sighted
keskin bakışlı
short sighted
(Tıp) Uzağı göremeyen, miyop
sight
{i} göz

Adam kalabalığın içinde gözden kayboldu. - The man was lost sight of in the crowd.

Yüzlerce kuş gözüme ilişti. - I caught sight of hundreds of birds.

sight
{i} hal

Dün, halam görüşünü yeniden kazandı. - Yesterday, my aunt regained her sight.

Bizim halkların ilk bakışta görülebilenden daha çok ortak yönleri var. - Our peoples have more in common than can be seen at first sight.

sight
{f} hedeflemek
sight
{i} çoğ. görülecek yerler, turistik yerler
sight
{f} bakmak
sight
{i} nişangâh
sight
(fiil) görmek, gözlemlemek, gözlemek, bakmak, nişan almak, hedeflemek, ibraz etmek (çek vb.)
sight
görülecek şey
sight
{f} (aranan birini/bir şeyi) görmek
sight
{f} ibraz etmek (çek vb.)
sight
göz erimi
sight
(Tıp) Görüş kuvveti, görme yeteneği
sight
çirkin bir şey
sight
{i} ibraz
sight
(Askeri) NİŞAN ALMAK, TEVCİH ETMEK: Bir hedefe veya nişan noktasına bir silahla nişan almak veya optik bir cihazla bir silahı hedefe tevcih etmek. Bak. "aim"
sight
sight unseen görmedensat
sight
{f} gözlemlemek
sight
{i} ihtimal
sight
{f} gözlemek
sight
sight draft ibrazında tediye olunacak poliçe
sight
görme yetisi
sight
(Tıp) Gözün görebildiği mesafe, görme alanı
sight
görüş,v.gör: n.görüş
sight
{i} görünüş, manzara: What a lovely sight you are! Bu ne güzellik böyle!
sight
müşahede
sight
çok miktar
weak sighted
gözü bozuk olan
weak sighted
iyi göremeyen
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Simple past tense and past participle of sight
Not blind
Sighted people have the ability to see. This word is usually used to contrast people who can see with people who are blind. Blind children tend to be more passive in this area of motor development than sighted children. see also clear-sighted, far-sighted, long-sighted, near-sighted, short-sighted blind. someone who is sighted can see, and is not blind
past of sight
Having sight, or seeing, in a particular manner; used in composition; as, long- sighted, short-sighted, quick-sighted, sharp- sighted, and the like
able to see
{s} having vision, able to see; having vision of a certain type (i.e. nearsighted)
clear-sighted
Acutely perceptive or discerning; perspicacious
clear-sighted
Having sharp vision
long-sighted
hyperopic; farsighted
near sighted
myopic; unable to see distant objects unaided
near-sighted
myopic, suffering from myopia
short-sighted
Unable to see long-term objectives; lacking foresight
short-sighted
Nearsighted; myopic; unable to focus on distant objects
sight
the ability to see
sight
something seen

He's a really remarkable mean and it's very hard to get him in one's sights;.

sight
a great deal, a lot; frequently used to intensify a comparative

This is a darn sight better than what I'm used to at home!.

sight
something worth seeing
sight
{f} see with the eyes, view; notice, discern; observe, look at carefully; locate in a viewfinder; equip with a viewfinder; direct, aim
sight
{n} perception by the eye, the act of seeing, an open view, the eye, a show, a spectacle, hole
clear sighted
discerning, having keen mental perception; having good eye-sight
clear-sighted
approval If you describe someone as clear-sighted, you admire them because they are able to understand situations well and to make sensible judgments and decisions about them. Try to keep a clear-sighted view of your objective. able to understand a problem or situation well
clear-sighted
mentally acute or penetratingly discerning; "too clear-eyed not to see what problems would follow"; "chaos could be prevented only by clear-sighted leadership"; "much too perspicacious to be taken in by so spurious an argument"
clear-sighted
having sharp clear vision
dim-sighted
having greatly reduced vision
far-sighted
approval If you describe someone as far-sighted, you admire them because they understand what is likely to happen in the future, and therefore make wise decisions and plans. Haven't far-sighted economists been telling us for some time now that in the future we will work less, not more?
far-sighted
Far-sighted people cannot see things clearly that are close to them, and therefore need to wear glasses. near-sighted
far-sighted
{s} affected with hyperopia (condition in which vision for distant objects is clearer than for nearby objects); able to see for a great distance; sagacious, judicious, wise
keen-sighted
able to see well
long-sighted
Long-sighted people cannot see things clearly that are close to them, and therefore need to wear glasses. short-sighted. able to see objects or read things clearly only when they are far from your eyes   short-sighted American Equivalent: far-sighted
long-sighted
{s} far sighted, affected with hyperopia (condition in which vision for distant objects is clearer than for nearby objects); having great foresight, seeing long into the future; shrewd, sagacious
near-sighted
Someone who is near-sighted cannot see distant things clearly. The girl squinted at the photograph. She seemed to be nearsighted. = short-sighted long-sighted
partially sighted
unable to see well blind
quick-sighted
keenly perceptive or alert; "quick-sighted into the faults of the time"- Leonard Bacon
short-sighted
If you are short-sighted, you cannot see things properly when they are far away, because there is something wrong with your eyes. Testing showed her to be very short-sighted. long-sighted + short-sightedness short-sightedness Radical eye surgery promises to cure short-sightedness
short-sighted
If someone is short-sighted about something, or if their ideas are short-sighted, they do not make proper or careful judgments about the future. Environmentalists fear that this is a short-sighted approach to the problem of global warming + short-sightedness short-sightedness The government now recognises the short-sightedness of this approach
short-sighted
limited in vision over distances, short-visioned
sight
catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes; "he caught sight of the king's men coming over the ridge"
sight
Approximate measurement as taken without removing the item from the frame
sight
The ability to resolve or 'see' Usually thought of as the ability to see very small objects at a long distance Sight should be thought of as a different skill than 'vision, which involves the ability to distinguish the small objects and to interpret them This depends on adequate visual experience and good sight
sight
If you say that something seems to have certain characteristics at first sight, you mean that it appears to have the features you describe when you first see it but later it is found to be different. It promised to be a more difficult undertaking than might appear at first sight
sight
anything that is seen; "he was a familiar sight on the television"; "they went to Paris to see the sights"
sight
The state of admitting unobstructed vision; visibility; open view; region which the eye at one time surveys; space through which the power of vision extends; as, an object within sight
sight
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
sight
Time of presentation, as in a draft payable "at sight" or "90 days after sight "
sight
A mechanical device placed on the bow with which the archer can aim directly at the target
sight
If you catch sight of someone, you suddenly see them, often briefly. Then he caught sight of her small black velvet hat in the crowd = see
sight
There are two important means to Sight Sight is a spell Range Spells cast at Sight range are cast upon something that the magus can see (without limit of distance) [All ranges except Arcane Connection require direct line of sight, but most are also limited by distance as well] Sight is a spell Target Spells cast with a target of Sight affect everything the caster can see
sight
The act of seeing; perception of objects by the eye; view; as, to gain sight of land
sight
catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes; "he caught sight of the king's men coming over the ridge
sight
To get sight of; to see; as, to sight land; to sight a wreck
sight
{i} vision, ability to see; look, glimpse; spectacle; viewfinder; range of view; point of view; ridiculous appearance
sight
emphasis You can use a sight to mean a lot. For example, if you say that something is a sight worse than it was before, you are emphasizing that it is much worse than it was. She's been no more difficult than most daughters and a sight better than some I could mention see also sighted, sighting
sight
To take aim by a sight
sight
A sight is something that you see. We encountered the pathetic sight of a family packing up its home
sight
vision, as in: Our eyes provide us with one sense of sight; our imagination, another
sight
The power of seeing; the faculty of vision, or of perceiving objects by the instrumentality of the eyes
sight
to visually register
sight
the ability to see; the faculty of vision
sight
The instrument of seeing; the eye
sight
In a drawing, picture, etc
sight
If something is in sight or within sight, you can see it. If it is out of sight, you cannot see it. The Atlantic coast is within sight of the hotel My companion suggested that we park out of sight of passing traffic to avoid attracting attention
sight
a optical instrument for aiding the eye in aiming, as on a firearm or surveying instrument the range of vision; "out of sight of land"
sight
an instance of visual perception; "the sight of his wife brought him back to reality"; "the train was an unexpected sight"
sight
The sights of a weapon such as a rifle are the part which helps you aim it more accurately
sight
Inspection; examination; as, a letter intended for the sight of only one person
sight
A small aperture through which objects are to be seen, and by which their direction is settled or ascertained; as, the sight of a quadrant
sight
the act of looking or seeing or observing; "he tried to get a better view of it"; "his survey of the battlefield was limited"
sight
The sight of something is the act of seeing it or an occasion on which you see it. I faint at the sight of blood The sight of him entering a room could flood her with desire
sight
by means of which the eye is guided in aiming
sight
that part of the surface, as of paper or canvas, which is within the frame or the border or margin
sight
A great number, quantity, or sum; as, a sight of money
sight
to take aim at
sight
To look at through a sight; to see accurately; as, to sight an object, as a star
sight
A small piece of metal, fixed or movable, on the breech, muzzle, center, or trunnion of a gun, or on the breech and the muzzle of a rifle, pistol, etc
sight
To apply sights to; to adjust the sights of; also, to give the proper elevation and direction to by means of a sight; as, to sight a rifle or a cannon
sight
If you sight someone or something, you suddenly see them, often briefly. The security forces sighted a group of young men that had crossed the border
sight
If a result or a decision is in sight or within sight, it is likely to happen within a short time. An agreement on many aspects of trade policy was in sight
sight
Vision slit in a helmet or visor
sight
a device used in aiming a projectile, through which the person aiming looks at the intended target
sight
If you lose sight of an important aspect of something, you no longer pay attention to it because you are worrying about less important things. In some cases, US industry has lost sight of customer needs in designing products = forget
sight
A spectacle; a view; a show; something worth seeing
sight
In a frame or the like, the open space, the opening
sight
a optical instrument for aiding the eye in aiming, as on a firearm or surveying instrument
sight
Someone's sight is their ability to see. My sight is failing, and I can't see to read any more I use the sense of sound much more than the sense of sight. = vision
sight
If you set your sights on something, you decide that you want it and try hard to get it. They have set their sights on the world record. to see something from a long distance away, or see something you have been looking for
sight
a range of mental vision; "in his sight she could do no wrong"
sight
the range of vision; "out of sight of land"
sight
Mental view; opinion; judgment; as, in their sight it was harmless
sight
a optical instrument for aiding the eye in aiming, as on a firearm or surveying instrument the range of vision; "out of sight of land" the ability to see; the faculty of vision an instance of visual perception; "the sight of his wife brought him back to reality"; "the train was an unexpected sight" a range of mental vision; "in his sight she could do no wrong" anything that is seen; "he was a familiar sight on the television"; "they went to Paris to see the sights" catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes; "he caught sight of the king's men coming over the ridge
sight
to get sight of (something)
sight
If someone is ordered to do something on sight, they have to do it without delay, as soon as a person or thing is seen. Troops shot anyone suspicious on sight
sight
the ability to see; the faculty of vision an instance of visual perception; "the sight of his wife brought him back to reality"; "the train was an unexpected sight"
sight
The sights are the places that are interesting to see and that are often visited by tourists. I am going to show you the sights of our wonderful city
sightedness
{i} normal use of the sense of vision; eyesight
sightedness
normal use of the faculty of vision
weak-sighted
being near-sighted
sighted

    Расстановка переносов

    sight·ed

    Турецкое произношение

    saytıd

    Произношение

    /ˈsītəd/ /ˈsaɪtəd/

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    ... I think many of you are near sighted. ...

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