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English definition of “sight”

sight

noun [C/U] (VIEW)   /sɑɪt/
something that is in someone’s view , or the view someone has: [C] The finish line was a welcome sight for the runners . [C] Don’t let the children out of your sight. [U] Keep your bags in sight. A sight is also an interesting place : [C] No sights in Moscow are more historic than the Kremlin .
(Definition of sight noun (VIEW) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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