Definition of 'vision'
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Sanar shook her head and smiled, the moment of the vision lost. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)My heart surged and pushed a huge quantity of blood into my brain and I leaned against the wall with my vision throbbing red. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2001)Voss slipped into the meeting in time to hear the captain deliver his vision of horror. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2001)
I had a vision of ancient programs trapped in the starchy sprigs of her hair. THE HUNDREDTH MAN (2001)
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Translations for 'vision'
British English: vision NOUN
Your vision of a future situation or society is what you imagine or hope it would be like, if things were very different from the way they are now.
I have a vision of a society that is free of exploitation and injustice.
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