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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
Translations of “vista”
in Russian вид…
in Turkish manzara, görüntü, panorama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 美景, (尤指从高处看到的)壮观景色, 前景…
in Polish perspektywa, panorama…
(Definition of vista from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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