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視野, しや

  • shiya


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • field of vision
  • outlook

Examples of 視野,しや in a Sentence

They went out of sight at last.
You should always keep a broad perspective on the work you do.
We must look at the problem from a global point of view.
As he grew up, he learned to put things in perspective.
We should try to look at the wider problem.
Travel broadens one's horizons.
I'm afraid my visual field has narrowed.
He has wide views.
A population policy should be considered on the international viewpoint so as to balance the interests of both sides.
Recovery of the world economy is not yet in sight.

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