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Translation of "sight" - English-Spanish dictionary

sight

noun /sait/
the act or power of seeing vista The blind man had lost his sight in the war.
the area within which things can be seen by someone vista The boat was within sight of land The end of our troubles is in sight.
something worth seeing atracción turística She took her visitors to see the sights of London.
a view or glimpse visión The mountain is a magnificent sight at sunset.
something seen that is unusual, ridiculous, shocking etc figura She’s quite a sight in that hat.
(on a gun etc) an apparatus to guide the eye in taking aim mira This rifle has a detachable sight.
sightseeing noun
visiting the chief buildings, places of interest etc of an area turismo (also adjective) a sightseeing tour.
sightseer noun
turista a coachload of sightseers.
catch sight of
to get a brief view of; to begin to see ver, divisar He caught sight of her as she came round the corner.
lose sight of
to stop being able to see perder de vista She lost sight of him in the crowd.
(Definition of sight from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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