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 operācijasto become seeing after the operation
    viņam tikai viena acs redzīgaonly one of his eyes is seeing
    bērniem redzīgākas acis nekā sirmgalvjiemchildren have better (lit. more seeing) eyes than the elderly
    kad neredzīgais kļūst redzīgs un ierauga gaismu, viņam noreibst galvawhen 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 kustībashis 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 dvēseliI wish you a person who is quite wise and attentive, to discern and appreciate your beautiful soul

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