Vidokrug, horizont, prostor koji oče mogu sagledati.
ETYM French, from Latin horizon, from Greek horizein to bound, limit.
1. The line at which the sky and Earth appear to meet; SYN. apparent horizon, visible horizon, sensible horizon, skyline.
2. The range of interest or activity that can be anticipated; SYN. view, purview.
3. The great circle on the celestial sphere whose plane passes through the sensible horizon and the center of the Earth; SYN. celestial horizon.
4. A specific layer or stratum of soil or subsoil in a vertical cross section of land.
The limit to which one can see across the surface of the sea or a level plain, that is, about 5 km/3 mi at 1.5 m/5 ft above sea level, and about 65 km/40 mi at 300 m/1,000 ft.
The future; what one can surmise about the future
Sinonimi: linear perspective
ETYM French perspective, from perspectif: cf. Italian perspettiva. Related to Perspective.
The appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer; SYN. linear perspective.
The realistic representation of a three-dimensional object in two dimensions. In a perspective drawing, vertical lines are drawn parallel from the top of the page to the bottom. Horizontal lines, however, are represented by straight lines which meet at one of two perspective points. These perspective points lie to the right and left of the drawing at a distance which depends on the view being taken of the object.
ETYM Latin prospectus, from prospicere, prospectum, to look forward; pro before, forward + specere, spicere, look, to see: cf. Old Fren. prospect. Related to Spy, Prospectus.
1. The possibility of future success.
2. A place showing signs of containing a mineral deposit.
3. A potential buyer or customer; a likely candidate for a job or position.
1. The appearance of a place.
2. The painted structures of a stage set that are intended to suggest a particular locale; SYN. scene.
ETYM Italian scopo, Latin scopos a mark, aim, Greek skopos, a watcher, mark, aim; akin to skopein to view, and perh. to Eng. spy. Related to Skeptic, Bishop.
An area in which something acts or operates or has power or control; SYN. range, reach, orbit, compass, ambit.
The detection of light by an eye, which can form images of the outside world.
ETYM Old Fren. veue, French vue, from Old Fren. veoir to see, p. p. veu, French voir, p. p. vu, from Latin videre to see. Related to Vision, and cl. Interview, Purview, Review, Vista.
1. Outward appearance.
2. The act of looking or seeing or observing; SYN. survey, sight.
3. The phrase means.
4. The range of the eye; SYN. eyeshot.
5. The visual percept of a region; SYN. aspect, prospect, scene, vista, panorama.
ETYM Italian, sight, view, from vedere, p. p. visto, veduto, to see, from Latin videre, visum. Related to View, Vision.
A view; especially, a view through or between intervening objects, as trees; a view or prospect through an avenue, or the like; hence, the trees or other objects that form the avenue.