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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “vista”

vista

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈvɪs.tə/
literary a view, especially a splendid view from a high position
美景;(尤指從高處看到的)壯觀景色
After a hard climb, we were rewarded by a picture-postcard vista of rolling hills under a deep blue summer sky.
一番艱苦的攀登之後,我們得到了回報,只見蔚藍的夏日晴空下群山起伏,如詩如畫。
Scenery and views
a possible future action or event that you can imagine
前景
As leader, he opened up exciting vistas of global co-operation.
作為領袖,他開啟了全球合作的美好前景。
Possible and probablePotentialHoping and hopefulness
(Definition of vista from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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