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visibility

noun [U]     /ˌvɪz.ɪˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ US  /-ə.t̬i/
how clearly objects can be seen, or how far you can see clearly, usually because of the weather conditions 能见度;可视度 Mist is still causing poor visibility - down to five metres in parts of the south-east. 由于有雾,能见度仍然很低——东南部某些地区能见度只有5米。 VisibleApparent and obviousClouds, dew, fog and steam
the degree to which something is seen by the public 可见性;明显性 The increasing visibility of the nation's poor and homeless has forced the government into taking action. 该国贫困者和无家可归者明显越来越多,这一问题已迫使政府采取行动。 Apparent and obviousVisible
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 Polish widoczność, widzialność…
(Definition of visibility from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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