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visibility

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌvɪzəˈbɪləti/
the degree to which something is seen or known about: The merger will give us a high level of visibility internationally. The company wants a site with high visibility.
ACCOUNTING the degree to which a company’s accounts give a complete and accurate view of its financial situation: Our accounting software gives you the visibility you need to measure project performance accurately.
Translations of “visibility”
in Korean 가시성…
in Arabic رُؤية…
in Portuguese visibilidade…
in Catalan visibilitat…
in Japanese 視界…
in Italian visibilità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 能見度, 可視度, 可見性…
in Russian видимость…
in Turkish görüş uzaklığı, görüş derecesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 能见度, 可视度, 可见性…
in Polish widoczność, widzialność…
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