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Turkish translation of “sight”

sight

noun
 
 
/saɪt/
ABILITY [U] B1 the ability to use your eyes to see
görme gücü
Doctors managed to save his sight.Eyesight, glasses and lensesUsing the eyesThe eye and surrounding areaOptics, microscopy and lasersThe senses in generalUsing the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
the sight of sb/sth B2 when you see someone or something
birinin/bir şeyin görünümü/görüntüsü
The sight of so much blood had shocked him. informal I can't stand the sight of her (= I hate her).Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
AREA SEEN [U] B2 the area that it is possible for you to see
görünüm, görünüş, manzara
I looked for her but she was nowhere in sight. I was able to park within sight of the house. Security guards were waiting out of sight (= where they could not be seen).Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
VIEW [C] something which you see, especially something interesting
görüntü
the sights and sounds of the marketScenery and views
at first sight B2 when you first see or hear about something or someone
ilk görüşte/bakışta
It may, at first sight, seem a surprising choice.First and firstly
the sights B1 the beautiful or interesting places in a city or country, that a lot of people visit
görülecek yerler, manzaralar
He took me around New York and showed me the sights.Tourism and holidaysHotels and hostels
(Definition of sight noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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