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as far as the eye can/could see

for a long distance until something is so far away and small it cannot be seen any more: The road stretched into the distance as far as the eye could see.
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Translations of “as far as the eye can/could see”
in Chinese (Simplified) 一直到眼睛看不见的地方, 直到看不见, 远出视野…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一直到眼睛看不見的地方, 直到看不見, 遠出視野…
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