a vivid mental image
"he had a vision of his own death"
sight, vision, visual sense, visual modality(noun)
the ability to see; the visual faculty
tidy sum, peck, mint, plenty, lot, imaginativeness, batch, raft, imagination, quite a little, passel, pile, muckle, mass, view, survey, good deal, stack, mountain, deal, wad, flock, hatful, mickle, slew, heap, visual modality, mess, sight, visual sense, spate, ken, great deal, pot, visual sensation
vision, visual sensation(noun)
the perceptual experience of seeing
"the runners emerged from the trees into his clear vision"; "he had a visual sensation of intense light"
imagination, imaginativeness, vision(noun)
the formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses
"popular imagination created a world of demons"; "imagination reveals what the world could be"
a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance
"he had a vision of the Virgin Mary"
To imagine something as if it were to be true.
Something imaginary one thinks one sees.
He tried drinking from the pool of water, but realized it was only a vision.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A dream is strictly a train of thoughts, fantasies, and images passing through the mind during sleep; a vision may occur when one is awake, and in clear exercise of the senses and mental powers; vision is often applied to something seen by the mind through supernatural agency, whether in sleep or wakefulness, conceived as more real and authoritative than a dream; a trance is an abnormal state, which is different from normal sleep or wakefulness. A reverie is a purposeless drifting of the mind when awake, under the influence of mental images; a day-dream that which passes before the mind in such condition. A fancy is some image presented to the mind, often in the fullest exercise of its powers. Hallucination is the seeming perception of non-existent objects, as in insanity or delirium. In the figurative sense, we speak of dreams of fortune, visions of glory, with little difference of meaning except that the vision is thought of as fuller and more vivid. We speak of a trance of delight when the emotion almost sweeps one away from the normal exercise of the faculties.
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Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
List of paraphrases for "vision":
view, foresight, visioning, visión, perspective, visions, eyesight, sight, far-sightedness, picture, farsightedness, outlook, viewing, idea, insight, ideal, visionary, visio, concept, conception, approach, design, syn, ideals, visibility, perception, premonition, understanding, overview, visual
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How to use vision in a sentence?
Vision looks inward and becomes duty.Vision looks outward and becomes aspiration.Vision looks upward and becomes faith.
Senses empower limitations, senses expand vision within borders, senses promote understanding through pleasure.
Our vision is to be a mobility service provider, beyond building a vehicle that would be in somebody else's fleet, we see this as a business we want to be in.
Everything you will ever need to go after/accomplish/fulfill your goal/dream/vision or any other target/aspiration which you will ever set/aspire for is already sitting/waiting patiently inside you. Oh! Yes, all you've got to do is just to take a leap/step of faith forward/towards your goal/target/dream/vision/aspiration and then, sit back and watch it materialize/come true gradually/sooner or later.
The statesman's duty is to bridge the gap between his nation's experience and his vision.
Translations for vision
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- ви́зия, зре́ниеBulgarian
- visió, vistaCatalan, Valencian
- vidění, vidina, vize, zrakCzech
- Vision, Sicht, Sehkraft, TraumbildGerman
- όραμα, όρασηGreek
- visión, vistaSpanish
- nägemus, ilmutus, nägemineEstonian
- بینایی, چشم انداز, بینش, دیدPersian
- näky, kangastus, näkö, visio, näkökyky, näköaisti, ilmestys, haaveFinnish
- apparition, vue, vision, aspirationFrench
- radharcScottish Gaelic
- visión, vistaGalician
- képzeletbeli, látomásHungarian
- vista, visioneItalian
- 目標, 幻覚, 展望, 啓示, 視覚, 幻視, ビジョンJapanese
- წარმოდგენა, მხედველობა, ხილვაGeorgian
- 시각, 시력Korean
- somnium, visioLatin
- гле́дање, вид, привиде́ние, ви́зијаMacedonian
- droombeeld, visioen, kijk, geestesverschijning, zicht, visie, gezichtsvermogenDutch
- åpenbaring, visjonNorwegian
- wzrok, wizja, widzeniePolish
- objetivo, visão, vistaPortuguese
- vedere, obiectiv, vedenie, viziune, aparițieRomanian
- ви́дение, виде́ние, зре́ние, привиде́ние, видениеRussian
- вид, vidSerbo-Croatian
- vision, hägring, synSwedish
- taswira, kizuka, jazandaSwahili
- భ్రమ, దర్శనం, దృష్టిTelugu
- зір, баченняUkrainian
- اولین مقصدUrdu
- thị giácVietnamese
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