redzīgs

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From redze (vision) +‎ -īgs.

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redzīgs (def. redzīgais, comp. redzīgāks, sup. visredzīgākais; adv. redzīgi)

  1. seeing, sighted (having vision; able to see)
    kļūt redzīgam pēc operācijas — to become seeing after the operation
    viņam tikai viena acs redzīga — only one of his eyes is seeing
    bērniem redzīgākas acis nekā sirmgalvjiem — children have better (lit. more seeing) eyes than the elderly
    kad neredzīgais kļūst redzīgs un ierauga gaismu, viņam noreibst galva — when a blind (person) becomes seeing and sees the light, his head becomes dizzy
  2. seeing (which sees well, has good vision)
    viņa redzīgā acs vēroja kasiera pirkstu kustības — his seeing (= watchful) eye observed the movement of the cashier's hands
  3. perceptive, attentive (such that it quickly notices, observes something; such that it easily perceives, understands)
    es tev novēlu cilvēku, kas būtu gana gudrs un redzīgs, lai saskatītu un novērtētu tavu brīnišķīgu dvēseli — I wish you a person who is quite wise and attentive, to discern and appreciate your beautiful soul

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