vision

  1. a vivid mental image
  2. the perceptual experience of seeing
  3. the power of imagination
  4. a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance

Vision

• (v.) Hence, something unreal or imaginary; a creation of fancy. • (v.) Especially, that which is seen otherwise than by the ordinary sight, or the rational eye; a supernatural, prophetic, or imaginary sight; an apparition; a phantom; a specter; as, the visions of Isaiah. • (v. t.) To see in a vision; to dream. • (v.) The facul...
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vision

(from the article `Celtic literature`) ...incorporating elements from folklore and saga material. The emphasis was always on the miraculous, but they are valuable as social documents. ...
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vision

(from the article `Christianity`) ...mentions two experiences of `touching` or `attaining` God. Later, in the Literal Commentary on Genesis, he introduced a triple classification of ... ...the seeds of his new religion. Contemplation had matured Muammad, and biographers point out that, as one may conclude from the Qu...
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vision

(L. visio, from vidre to see) 1. the act or faculty of seeing; sight. 2. an apparition; a subjective sensation of vision not elicited by actual visual stimuli. 3. visual acuity; symbol V.
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vision

(vizh´әn) the faculty of seeing; its basic components are the eye itself, the visual areas in the brain, and the optic nerve that connects the two. The eye works like a camera; rays of light enter it through the adjustable iris and are focused by the lens onto the retina, a thin light-sensitive layer that corresponds to...
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vision

1. <ophthalmology> The act or faculty of seeing, sight. ... 2. <psychiatry> An apparition, a subjective sensation of vision not elicited by actual visual stimuli. ... 3. Visual acuity, symbol V. ... Origin: L. Visio ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vision

noun the perceptual experience of seeing; `the runners emerged from the trees into his clear vision`; `he had a visual sensation of intense light`
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vision

noun a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance; `he had a vision of the Virgin Mary`
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Vision

[festival] Vision is the annual national-level technical symposium of Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Anna University, Chennai. It was started in 1997 to promote technology and entrepreneurship in India. Vision 2013 was held April 10–12, 2013. ...
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Vision

[game engine] Vision is a multi-platform 3D game engine that was first launched in 2003 by the Germany-based middleware developer, Trinigy. Now in its eighth version, the Vision Engine is currently available for Microsoft Windows (DX9, DX10, DX11), Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii and Wii U, iOS, Android, Sony`s PlayStation Vita, and m...
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Vision

[Italian think tank] Vision is an independent, non-profit think tank based in Rome, Italy. Its main efforts are `dedicated to strategic thinking on the transformations triggered by technologies and globalisation.` Research and analysis are conducted on public and social policies, focusing on the principles of democracy, open society and soc...
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Vision

[spirituality] A vision is something seen in a dream, trance, or religious ecstasy, especially a supernatural appearance that conveys a revelation. Visions generally have more clarity than dreams, but traditionally fewer psychological connotations. Visions are known to emerge from spiritual traditions and could provide a lens into human nat...
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Vision

Vi'sion noun [ Middle English visioun , French vision , from Latin visio , from videre , visum , to see: akin to Greek ... to see, ... I know, and English wit . See Wit , v. , and confer Advice , Clairvoyant ,
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/V/29

Vision

Vi'sion transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Visioned ; present participle & verbal noun Visioning .] To see in a vision; to dream. « For them no visioned terrors daunt, Their nights no fancied specters haunt.»...
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vision

A description of what the organization intends to become in the future. A vision is created by senior management and is used to help influence culture and strategic planning. See also mission.
Found on http://exin.vanharen.net/Player/eKnowledge/itildutchglossary.pdf

Vision

A dream like experience of God.
Found on http://www.mmiweb.org.uk/publications/glossary/glossaries/xtianglos.html

Vision

A guiding theme that articulates the nature of the business/library and its intentions for the future, based upon how management believes the environment will unfold. A vision is informed, share, competitive and enabling.
Found on http://archive.ifla.org/VII/s34/pubs/glossary.htm

Vision

A religious apparition.
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Vision

A religious apparition.
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vision

a term often used with a Snellen fraction in phrases such as '20/20 vision.'
Found on http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/dictV.html

vision

Ability or act of seeing. Light that enters the eye is focused by the eye lens, creating a sharp image on the retina. Electrical signals from the retina travel down the optic nerve where they are interpreted by the brain. In humans, the image of an object created by each of our eyes is slightly different because our eyes are in different positions....
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Vision

describes what an organisation wants to be; often described alongside the organisation
Found on http://amecorg.com/2012/06/glossary_plain_speaking/

vision

physiological process of distinguishing, usually by means of an organ such as the eye, the shapes and colours of objects. See eye; photoreception; ... [34 related articles]
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vision

See blindness.
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