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vision

noun
 
 
/ˈvɪʒən/
[C or U] the ability to imagine how something could develop in the future, or the ideas that come from imagining in this way: There's a lack of leadership, a lack of vision, and a lack of organization in the industry as a whole.the vision to do sth The company management had the vision to give its employees a share of the profits. The deal will be the first of several pieces needed to achieve the vision. Unless everyone agrees that this is the vision of the company's future, we can't move forward.
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