visão

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See also: vì sao

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Portuguese vison, borrowed from Latin vīsiō, vīsiōnem. Compare the inherited doublet avejão.

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Noun[edit]

visão f (plural visões)

  1. view (the act of seeing something)
    Synonyms: observação
    • 2003, Lya Wyler (translator), J. K. Rowling (English author), Harry Potter e a Ordem da Fênix (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix), Rocco, page 656:
      Ele podia ouvi-la se deslocando para a direita, para obter uma visão desimpedida dele.
      He could hear her moving herself to the right, to obtain an unobstructed view of him.
  2. sight; eyesight; vision (the ability to see; the condition of not being blind)
    Synonyms: vista
  3. vision; eye (the ability to notice things)
  4. vision (an idea about how things should be in the future)
  5. view; vision (mental image)
    Synonyms: imagem
  6. view (a person’s way of understanding something)
  7. (databases) view (logical table in database formed from data from physical tables)
    Synonyms: view
  8. (paranormal, religion) vision (a mystical mental image of something that happened or will happen)

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