English translation of दृष्टि
दृष्टिPowered by COBUILD /drishti/
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nf/drishti, drishTi, drishṭi/
1. eye countable noun
You use eye when you are talking about a person's ability to judge things or about the way in which they are considering or dealing with things. ⇒ He has an eye for quality. ⇒ The practice of religion in America sometimes seems strange to European eyes.
2. look intransitive verb, singular noun
If you look, or if you have a look, in a particular direction, you direct your eyes there in order to see what is there. ⇒ I looked down the hallway. ⇒ Look, right there! ⇒ Lucille took a last look in the mirror. ⇒ Assisi has a couple of churches that are worth a look.
3. sight uncountable noun
Your sight is your ability to see. ⇒ My sight is failing, and I can't see to read any more.
4. view singular noun
If you have a view of something, you can see it. ⇒ He stopped in the doorway, blocking her view.
5. view uncountable noun
You use view in expressions to do with being able to see something. For example, if something is in view, you can see it. If something is in full view of everyone, everyone can see it. ⇒ No one was in view.
6. vision uncountable noun
Your vision is your ability to see clearly with your eyes. ⇒ The disease causes serious loss of vision.
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