definition 1: the ability to perceive through sight.
example: Sometimes wearing glasses can improve your vision.
definition 2: the power to anticipate or foresee future events or developments.
example: It took great vision to take on a project like building the Erie Canal.
example: He was competent as a governor, but he lacked vision.
definition 3: a particular way of seeing or conceiving of something that may come to pass or come into being.
example: His new book presents a grim vision of the future.
example: Her vision of the proposed city park differed greatly from that of the other council members.
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Collocations: Words often used in combination with the noun “vision” (definition 3)
VERB + vision: articulate one’s ~ (e.g., She articulated her vision of the company’s future), share one’s ~ , communicate one’s ~ , fulfill one’s ~ , shape one’s ~ , embrace another’s ~