Land came in sight.
Is there any end in sight to the deepening economic crisis?
Men in kimonos are no longer a common sight in Tokyo.
Sight is one of the five senses.
It must have been a frightening sight for them to watch.
As we went around the corner, the lake came in sight.
A magnificent sight presented itself before us.
There is no sadder sight than a young pessimist, except an old optimist.
The sight was too miserable to look at.
Gentlemen, at the beginning of this century, France was for all nations a magnificent sight.
To his surprise, she was nowhere in sight, and he wondered if she had returned home alone.
The sight memory organ is below the hypothalamus.
I took care to make the letters large and be generous with character and line spacing in order for it to be easy to read for the elderly and those who have problems with their sight.
You'll have to pay a damn sight more than that for it.
2. looking at
Angielskie słowo "nhìn" (looking at) występuje w zestawach:Note AV TOEIC