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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The ability to see.
- noun: The act or fact of seeing: hoping for a sight of land; caught sight of a rare bird.
- noun: Field of vision.
- noun: The foreseeable future; prospect: no solution in sight.
- noun: Mental perception or consideration: We lost sight of the purpose of our visit.
- noun: Something seen; a view.
- noun: Something worth seeing; a spectacle: the sights of London.
- noun: Informal Something unsightly: Your hair is a sight.
- noun: A device used to assist aim by guiding the eye, as on a firearm or surveying instrument.
- noun: An aim or observation taken with such a device.
- noun: An opportunity to observe or inspect.
- noun: Upper Southern U.S. A large number or quantity: A sight of people were there.
- verb-transitive: To perceive with the eyes; get sight of: sighted land after 40 days at sea.
- verb-transitive: To observe through a sight or an optical instrument: sight a target.
- verb-transitive: To adjust the sights of (a rifle, for example).
- verb-transitive: To take aim with (a firearm).
- verb-intransitive: To direct one's gaze; look carefully.
- verb-intransitive: To take aim: sighted along the barrel of the gun.
- idiom: on sight Immediately upon being seen: threatened to shoot looters on sight.
- idiom: out of sight Slang Remarkable; incredible: The graduation party was out of sight.
- idiom: sight for sore eyes Informal One whom it is a relief or joy to see.
- idiom: sight unseen Without seeing the object in question: bought the horse sight unseen.