visionnounuk /ˈvɪʒ.ən/ us /ˈvɪʒ.ən/
vision noun (MENTAL IMAGE)
- His vision is of a world that coheres through human connection rather than rules.
- Say the word 'Australia' and a vision of beaches and blue seas immediately springs to mind.
- I had visions of her waiting for us at the station.
- I had a vision of two old men in clown's outfits.
- She had a vision of a garden full of trees.
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vision noun (VIEW OF THE FUTURE)
- Simon has a clear-sighted vision of the company's future.
- The book offers a vision of the future in which there is a great nuclear apocalypse.
- The annual arts festival is a monument to her vision and hard work.
- The people who planned Britain's new towns had a vision of clean modern housing for everyone.
- The author has a vision of an emerging worldwide Christian communion.
vision noun (ABILITY)
vision noun (BEAUTIFUL SIGHT)