[vizh-oo-uh l] /ˈvɪʒ u əl/
of or relating to seeing or sight:
a visual image.
used in seeing:
the visual sense.
perceptible by the sense of sight; visible:
a visual beauty.
perceptible by the mind; of the nature of a mental vision:
a visual impression captured in a line of verse.
a rough, preliminary sketch of an advertising layout, showing possible arrangements of material.
Compare (def 5).
any item or element depending on the sense of sight.
of, relating to, done by, or used in seeing: visual powers, visual steering
another word for optical
capable of being seen; visible
of, occurring as, or induced by a mental image
a sketch to show the proposed layout of an advertisement, as in a newspaper
(often pl) a photograph, film, or other display material
early 15c., “coming from the eye or sight” (as a beam of light), from Late Latin visualis “of sight,” from Latin visus “sight,” from visus, past participle of videre “to see” (see vision). Meaning “relating to vision” is first attested c.1600. The noun meaning “photographic film or other visual display” is first recorded 1951.
visual vi·su·al (vĭzh’ōō-əl)
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