Bedeutung von “sight” — Learner’s Dictionary


noun us uk /saɪt/

B1 the ability to use your eyes to see:

Doctors managed to save his sight.

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the sight of sb/sth

B2 the fact of seeing someone or something:

The sight of so much blood had shocked him.
informal I can't stand the sight of her (= I hate her).

B2 the area that it is possible for you to see:

Eventually he disappeared from sight.
I looked for her but she was nowhere in sight.
I was able to park within sight of the house.
Security guards were waiting out of sight (= where they could not be seen).
VIEW [ C ]

something that you see, especially something interesting:

the sights and sounds of the market
at first sight

B2 the first time you see or hear about something or someone:

It may, at first sight, seem a surprising choice.
the sights

B1 the beautiful or interesting places in a city or country, that a lot of people visit:

He took me around New York and showed me the sights.

(Definition von “sight noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)