[viz-uh-bil-i-tee] /ˌvɪz əˈbɪl ɪ ti/
the state or fact of being .
the relative ability to be seen under given conditions of distance, light, atmosphere, etc.:
low visibility due to fog.
Also called visual range. Meteorology. the distance at which a given standard object can be seen and identified with the unaided eye.
the ability to give a relatively large range of unobstructed vision:
a windshield with good visibility.
Typography. (def 2).
the condition or fact of being visible
clarity of vision or relative possibility of seeing
the range of vision: visibility is 500 yards
c.1400, “condition of being visible,” from Late Latin visibilitas (see visible). Meaning “range of vision under given conditions” is from 1914. Sense of “prominence, fame, public attention” is recorded from 1958.
[viz-i-tey-shuh n] /ˌvɪz ɪˈteɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act of . 2. a formal , as one permitted by a court’s granting of or by parents invited to a school to observe the work of students. 3. a for the purpose of making an official examination or inspection, as of a bishop to a diocese. […]
[in-ter vahy-vohs, vee-] /ˈɪn tər ˈvaɪ voʊs, ˈvi-/ adverb, adjective, Law. 1. (especially of a gift or trust) taking effect during the lifetimes of the parties involved; between living persons. /ˈɪntə ˈviːvɒs/ adjective 1. (law) between living people: an inter vivos gift
[in-ter-voh-kal-ik] /ˌɪn tər voʊˈkæl ɪk/ adjective, Phonetics. 1. (usually of a consonant) immediately following a vowel and preceding a vowel, as the v in cover. /ˌɪntəvəʊˈkælɪk/ adjective 1. pronounced or situated between vowels
[in-ter-volv] /ˌɪn tərˈvɒlv/ verb (used with or without object), intervolved, intervolving. 1. to roll, wind, or involve, one within another.