Definition of 'nearsighted'
Translations for 'nearsighted'
British English: nearsighted ADJECTIVE
Someone who is nearsighted cannot see distant things clearly.
The girl squinted at the photograph. She seemed to be nearsighted.
British English: near-sighted /ˌnɪəˈsaɪtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is near-sighted cannot see distant things clearly.
The girl squinted at the photograph. She seemed to be near-sighted.
- American English: near-sighted
- Arabic: قَرِيبُ النَّظَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: míope
- Chinese: 近视的
- Croatian: kratkovidan
- Czech: krátkozraký
- Danish: nærsynet
- Dutch: bijziend
- European Spanish: miope
- Finnish: likinäköinen
- French: myope
- German: kurzsichtig
- Greek: μυωπικός
- Italian: miope
- Japanese: 近視の
- Korean: 근시의
- Norwegian: nærsynt
- Polish: krótkowzroczny
- European Portuguese: míope
- Romanian: miop
- Russian: близорукий
- Spanish: miope
- Swedish: närsynt
- Thai: สายตาสั้น
- Turkish: miyop
- Ukrainian: короткозорий
- Vietnamese: cận thị
Definition of nearsighted from the Collins English Dictionary
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