Definition of Visual in English :

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Meaning of Visual in English

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Visual

see synonyms of visual

1. ocular, optic, optical, visual

relating to or using sight

Example Sentences:
'ocular inspection'
'an optical illusion'
'visual powers'
'visual navigation'

2. ocular, visual

visible

Example Sentences:
'be sure of it; give me the ocular proof'
'a visual presentation'
'a visual image'

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Visual

see synonyms of visual
adjective
1. 
of, relating to, done by, or used in seeing
visual powers
visual steering
2.  another word for optical
3. 
capable of being seen; visible
4. 
of, occurring as, or induced by a mental image
noun
5. 
a sketch to show the proposed layout of an advertisement, as in a newspaper
6. (often plural)
a photograph, film, or other display material

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Visual

see synonyms of visual
adjective
1. 
a. 
of, connected with, or used in seeing
b. 
based on, designed for, or controlled by the use of sight
visual flight rules
2. 
that is or can be seen; visible
3. 
of, having the nature of, or occurring as a mental image, or vision
4.  Optics
optical
noun
5. 
a film clip, still photograph, etc. as used in a documentary film, TV news broadcast, etc.
6.  [pl.]
the visual elements of a film, TV presentation, etc., as distinct from the accompanying sound

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Visual

see synonyms of visual
adj.
1. Of or relating to the sense of sight: a visual organ; visual receptors on the retina.
2. Seen or able to be seen by the eye; visible: a visual presentation; a design with a dramatic visual effect.
3. Optical.
4. Done, maintained, or executed by sight only: visual navigation.
5. Having the nature of or producing an image in the mind: a visual memory of the scene.
6. Of or relating to a method of instruction involving sight.
n.
A picture, chart, or other presentation that appeals to the sense of sight, used in promotion or for illustration or narration: an ad campaign with striking visuals; trying to capture a poem in a cinematic visual.

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