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Spanish translation of “vision”

vision

noun /ˈviʒən/
something seen in the imagination or in a dream
visión
God appeared to him in a vision.
the ability to see or plan into the future
visión (de futuro)
Politicians should be men of vision.
the ability to see or the sense of sight
vista, visión
He is slowly losing his vision.
(Definition of vision from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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