ability to see; vision
action of seeing sb/sth
range within which sb can see or sth can be seen
thing to be seen, or worth seeing, especially sth remarkable
interesting buildings, places, features, etc. of a place or district
device that one looks through to aim a rifle, etc. or to observe sth through a telescope, etc.
get a view of, especially after a time of looking; see for the first time
aim or observe sth (by using a sight or sights)
"the sight of his wife brought him back to reality"
"the train was an unexpected sight"
"he was a familiar sight on the television"
"they went to Paris to see the sights"
"in his sight she could do no wrong"
"out of sight of land"
"he tried to get a better view of it"
"his survey of the battlefield was limited"
"a batch of letters"
"a deal of trouble"
"a lot of money"
"he made a mint on the stock market"
"see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos"
"it must have cost plenty"
"a slew of journalists"
"a wad of money"
"he caught sight of the king's men coming over the ridge"
Palmers Green was still..rural and a..car a very rare sight.
出自： F. Spalding
He..reloaded with a sharp, feathered pellet, sighted quickly..and fired.
出自： G. Greene
Linear perspective was..a quality of the landscape..he was sighting.
出自： M. Schapiro
He sights down the line of his extended pencil.
出自： T. Mo
The aircraft climbed so rapidly that it was difficult to keep it in sight.
飞机很快爬高,肉眼难以盯住。 keep sth in sight
That is irrelevant; we must keep the main purpose of this meeting in sight.
误 The train was soon out of the sight.
正 The train was soon out of sight.
析 out of sight意为“在视野之外,看不见”, sight前不用定冠词the。