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Results for: telescopic sightTranslations 31 - 60 of 64
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desert bird noted for running, dog that hunts by sight, fast horse; person who hunts with hounds; hunting dog, hunter with coursers, swift horsecourser
device used in eye examinations to measure capability of sight, instrument for examining the eyeoptometer
diminished sight, partial loss of vision, blind spot affecting part of the visual field (Medicine)scotoma
disappear, fade out of sight; die out, be extinguished; be used up, run out, dwindle to endpeter out
dog that hunts by sightgazehound
gain sight or knowledge, penetrate a barrier, penetrate something with sound or light, prick, stab; perforate, make a hole; penetrate, put hole inpierce
hand-held telescopic instrument which magnifies distant images, linked pair of small telescopesbinoculars
hunting with dogs (such as greyhounds) that are trained to chase game by sight instead of by scent, hunting with greyhoundscoursing
impaired sight in dim light, nyctalopianight blindness
keeping women from public view, screen, veil, veil worn by women to keep them out of the sight of men; screen or divider used to separate men from womenpurdah
lack of foresight, nearsightedness, condition of the eyes in which objects that are far away cannot be seen clearly (Ophthalmology); lack of insight and forethought, shortness of sightmyopia
length of stay, line of scrimmage, line of sight, Line of Sight; direct line between the homing device on a missile and the targetLOS
length of track, make into block, obstruct, obstruct player, obstruct player or ball, obstruct sight of something, obstruct; hinder, thwart, obstructing players, obstruction, obstruction of physiological function, obstruction of play, place for beheadi...block
love at first sightcoup de foudre
make eyes or sight dim, make the eyes dim, make the eyes sore or wateryblear
mental picture, prospect, view, sight, scenic view, view through narrow openingvista
not fitted with sight for aiming, not seen; having no sight through which to aim (on a gun)unsighted
obstruct sight of, physically obstructblock off
of or belonging to hallucinations; of vision, of the sense of sightvisional
one who glimpses, one who momentarily catches sight ofglimpser
one who is able at first sight to read musical notes or to perform musicsightsman
place out of sight, conceal, cover up; keep secret; conceal oneselfhides (hide)
rear sight on gun, surveying sight taken backwardbacksight
rhyme using words spelled the same, sight rhymeeye rhyme
rifle sightnight sight
seeing and hearing (especially pertaining to teaching aids that make use of both sight and sound); mean, medianav (audiovisual; average)
sight draftdemand draft
something offensive or repelling to the sight, ugly object, ugly sighteyesore
stereoscopic vision, three-dimensional sight, ability to perceive depthstereopsis
teaching aids that make use of both sight and soundaudiovisuals
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 250,000. There are 408 language pairs and over 11.2 million translations in total. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped. Look at the list of available language pairs. EUdict is online since May 9, 2005 and English<>Croatian dictionary on tkuzmic.com since June 16, 2003.

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