sight in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અસ્તવ્યસ્ત દેખાવવાળો માણસ કે વસ્તુ ⇄ sight gujarati
- કોઇ પ્રદેશના જોવાલાયક સ્થળો ⇄ sight gujarati
- જોવાની શક્તિ ⇄ sight gujarati
- જોવાલાયક વસ્તુ ⇄ sight gujarati
- જોવું કે દેખાવું તે ⇄ sight gujarati
- દર્શન ⇄ sight gujarati
- દ્ રષ્ટિ–મર્યાદા ⇄ sight gujarati
- દ્ગષ્ટ કે દ્રશ્ય વસ્તુ ⇄ sight gujarati
- દ્રષ્ટિ ⇄ sight gujarati
- દ્રષ્ટિ આ ગળનો પ્રદેશ ⇄ sight gujarati
- ધૃણાસ્પદ ⇄ sight gujarati
- નજર ⇄ sight gujarati
- મોટો જથ્થો ⇄ sight gujarati
- હાસ્યાસ્પદ ⇄ sight gujarati
sight in Marathi मराठी
- ( यंत्राने ) ताऱ्याचा वेध घेणे ⇄ sight marathi
- अभिलक्षित करणे ⇄ sight marathi
- दिसणें ⇄ sight marathi
- दिसताक्षणी ⇄ sight marathi
- दृश्य ⇄ sight marathi
- दृष्टि ⇄ sight marathi
- दृष्टी ⇄ sight marathi
- दृष्टीचा टप्पा ⇄ sight marathi
- नजर ⇄ sight marathi
- नजरेचा टप्पा ⇄ sight marathi
- विस्तीर्ण प्रदेशाचा ⇄ sight marathi
sight in English
- sight ⇄ expr. a sight for sore eyes, a welcome or pleasing sight.
Ex. Elizabeth in the saddle must have been a sight for sore eyes (London Times).english
- sight ⇄ expr. at first sight,
a. as soon as seen; upon the first look.
Ex. He fell in love with her at first sight.
b. on a first or quick estimate.
Ex. At first sight the events of 1066 ... seem to offer an ideal subject for a writer (english
- sight ⇄ expr. at sight,
a. as soon as seen.
Ex. She reads music at sight.
b. as soon as presented; on demand.
Ex. Some banks will cash a check at sight.english
- sight ⇄ expr. catch sight of, to see.
Ex. I caught sight of them. As we drove by the harbor we caught sight of a large steamship.english
- sight ⇄ expr. heave in sight, to come into view as though rising above the horizon.
Ex. The great Spanish ships heave in sight, and a furious struggle begins (John R. Green).english
- sight ⇄ expr. in sight of, where one can see or be seen by.
Ex. We live in sight of the school. After the long voyage, we were at last in sight of land. We are not yet in possession of ... peace, but for the first time we are fairly in sight of it (Spectatenglish
- sight ⇄ expr. know by sight, to know sufficiently to recognize when seen.
Ex. I know her by sight, but we have never spoken to each other.english
- sight ⇄ expr. lose sight of, to forget; overlook.
Ex. He never loses sight of the obstacles still to be overcome (Saturday Review).english
- sight ⇄ expr. on sight, as soon as seen; at sight.
Ex. The fugitive lived in fear of being shot on sight.english
- sight ⇄ expr. out of sight of,
a. where one cannot see.
Ex. Columbus was out of sight of land for several weeks.
b. where one cannot be seen by.
Ex. out of sight of the neighbors.english
- sight ⇄ expr. out of sight, (Informal.) out of this world; wonderful.
Ex. Bibi thinks he's out of sight (F. P. Tullius).english
- sight ⇄ expr. sight unseen, without seeing or examining (a person or thing) in advance.
Ex. She ordered the dress over the phone, sight unseen.english
- sight ⇄ expr. sights, goals; objectives.
Ex. to raise or lower one's sights. The countries of these regions have set their sights on full schooling by 1980 (New Scientist).english
- sight ⇄ noun 1a. the power of seeing; eyesight; vision.
Ex. Birds have better sight than dogs.
b. mental or spiritual vision.
2a. the act or fact of seeing; look.
Ex. One sight of the house was enough to make him want to buy it.
- sight ⇄ sight, noun, verb. english
- sight ⇄ v.i. to take aim or observation by means of a sight or sights.
Ex. The hunter sighted carefully before firing his gun.english
- sight ⇄ v.t. 1. to see.
Ex. At last Columbus sighted land.
2. to look at through sights; point to; aim at.
Ex. to sight a star.
3. to adjust the sight or align the sights of (a gun or instrument).
4. to provide with a sight or sienglish