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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
vision /'viʤn/
  • danh từ
    • sự nhìn; sức nhìn
      • field of vision: trường nhìn, thị trường
      • within range of vision: trong tầm mắt trông thấy được
    • điều mơ thấy, cảnh mộng
    • sự hiện hình yêu ma; bóng ma
    • ảo tưởng, ảo ảnh, ảo cảnh, ảo mộng
      • vision of peace: ảo tưởng hoà bình
    • sức tưởng tượng; sự sắc bén khôn ngoan về chính trị
      • the vision of a poet: sức tưởng tượng của một nhà thơ
  • ngoại động từ
    • thấy như trong giấc mơ
Concise Dictionary
visions|visioned|visioning'vɪʒn
noun
+a vivid mental image
+the ability to see; the visual faculty
+the perceptual experience of seeing
+the formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses
+a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 eyesight, perception, sight:
The optician said there is nothing wrong with MacKenzie's vision.
2 far-sightedness, understanding, imagination, foresight, foresightedness, insight:
MacKenzie has brought great vision to this scheme for developing the Australian outback.
3 view, perspective, perception, envisioning, envisaging, dream, idea, plan, scheme:
MacKenzie's vision of making the desert bloom seemed impossibly remote.
4 phantom, apparition, chimera, delusion, hallucination, mirage, spectre, shade, eidolon, revenant, phantasm, materialization, illusion, ghost, wraith:
A vision appeared to MacKenzie as he slept, telling him that her name was Alice Springs.
5 sight for sore eyes, (welcome) sight, dream, epitome:
To MacKenzie Alice was a vision of great beauty, and he proposed marriage.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U] the ability to see; the area that you can see from a particular position: to have good / perfect / poor / blurred / normal vision + 2020 vision (= the ability to see perfectly) + Cats have good night vision. + The couple moved outside her field of vision. + He glimpsed something on the edge of his vision.
See also - TUNNEL VISION
2 [C] an idea or a picture in your imagination: He had a vision of a world in which there would be no wars. + I had visions of us getting hopelessly lost. + The word conjures up visions of home and family.
3 [C] a dream or similar experience, especially of a religious kind: The idea came to her in a vision.
4 [U] the ability to think about or plan the future with great imagination and intelligence: a leader of vision + He's a competent politician, but he lacks vision.
5 [C] a ~ (of sth) (literary) a person of great beauty or who shows the quality mentioned: She was a vision in white lace. + a vision of loveliness / beauty / health
6 [U] the picture on a television or cinema/movie theater screen: We apologize for the temporary loss of vision.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 ability to see

ADJ.

20/20, excellent, perfect
The eye test shows she has perfect vision.
| normal | clear
The rain prevented her having clear vision of the road ahead.
| blurred, defective, distorted, impaired, poor | double, tunnel
(often figurative)
| all-round
The high driving position gives excellent all-round vision.
| binocular, stereoscopic | X-ray | distance
I can read without glasses, but my distance vision is poor.
| night | peripheral
Use your peripheral vision widely when moving from place to place.

VERB + VISION

have | give (sb) | obscure, restrict | blur
The tears blurred her vision.
| improve

VISION + VERB

clear
Her vision cleared and she realized Niall was standing beside her.

PREP.

across your ~
A bird shot across her vision.

PHRASES

your field of vision
She was aware of shapes moving across her field of vision.
| your line of vision
Someone was standing in my line of vision so I couldn't see the screen.

2 picture in your imagination

ADJ.

disturbing, dreadful, ghastly, horrible | bleak | inner, intuitive, mental, spiritual | mystic/mystical, prophetic, religious
A young girl in the village experienced a prophetic vision.
| poetic | apocalyptic
an apocalyptic vision of the end of civilization
| momentary, sudden

VERB + VISION

experience, have, receive
I had visions of us getting hopelessly lost.
| conjure up
The word ‘island’ conjures up a vision of a relaxing summer holiday.

VISION + VERB

fade
As he approached, the vision faded and there was no one there.

PREP.

in a/the ~
The idea came to her in a vision.
| ~ of

3 ability to see/plan for the future

ADJ.

great | imaginative | alternative | broad, comprehensive, global, wide
The company needs to develop a global vision.
| narrow | overall | personal | clear
The engineers had a clear vision of what they wanted to achieve.
| common
They share a common vision for the development of health services.
| strategic | political | revolutionary | romantic, Utopian

VERB + VISION

have | develop | convey, expand on/upon, outline, promote
He outlined his vision for the new economic order.
| impose
The new leader set about imposing his vision on the party.
| share | cloud
He was determined not to let emotions cloud his vision.

PREP.

of ~
a statesman of great vision
| ~ for
a vision for the future
| ~ of
an alternative vision of society

PHRASES

breadth of vision
His plans for the country's future show a remarkable breadth of vision.



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