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vi·su·al

 (vĭzh′o͞o-əl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the sense of sight: a visual organ; visual receptors on the retina.
2. Seen or able to be seen by the eye; visible: a visual presentation; a design with a dramatic visual effect.
3. Optical.
4. Done, maintained, or executed by sight only: visual navigation.
5. Having the nature of or producing an image in the mind: a visual memory of the scene.
6. Of or relating to a method of instruction involving sight.
n.
A picture, chart, or other presentation that appeals to the sense of sight, used in promotion or for illustration or narration: an ad campaign with striking visuals; trying to capture a poem in a cinematic visual.

[Middle English, from Late Latin vīsuālis, from Latin vīsus, sight, from past participle of vidēre, to see; see vision.]

vi′su·al·ly adv.
vi′su·al·ness, vi′su·al′i·ty (-ăl′ĭ-tē) n.

vis•u•al•ly

(ˈvɪʒ u ə li)

adv.
in a visual manner; with respect to sight; by sight: to be visually impaired.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.visually - with respect to visionvisually - with respect to vision; "visually distorted"
Translations
بَصَرِيّا
vizuálně
visuaalisesti
vizuálisan
sjónrænt
vizuálne
görsel olarakgörünüşte

visually

[ˈvɪzjʊəlɪ] ADVvisualmente
visually handicapped personinvidente mf

visually

[ˈvɪʒuəli] advvisuellementvisually handicapped adjhandicapé(e) visuel(le)visually impaired adjmalvoyant(e)

visually

advvisuell; visually stunning/exciting/attractiveumwerfend/aufregend/attraktiv anzusehen; visually, the film is good entertainmentvon der Aufmachung her ist der Film sehr unterhaltend; I remember things visuallyich habe ein visuelles Gedächtnis

visually

[ˈvɪzjʊəlɪ] adv visually handicapped (blind) → non vedente; (visually impaired) → videoleso/a
visually the film was good → sul piano dell'immagine il film era buono
visually appealing → piacevole a vedersi

visual

(ˈviʒuəl) adjective
of sight or the process of seeing. strange visual effects.
ˈvisually adverb
ˌvisual disˈplay unit noun
(abbreviation VDU) the part of a computer with a screen on which information is displayed.
References in classic literature ?
With habit and repetition he gained to an extraordinary degree the power to penetrate the dusk of distances and the darkness of corners, to resolve back into their innocence the treacheries of uncertain light, the evil-looking forms taken in the gloom by mere shadows, by accidents of the air, by shifting effects of perspective; putting down his dim luminary he could still wander on without it, pass into other rooms and, only knowing it was there behind him in case of need, see his way about, visually project for his purpose a comparative clearness.
Fyne looked down gloomily at the appeased animal, I too looked at that fool-dog; and (you know how one's memory gets suddenly stimulated) I was reminded visually, with an almost painful distinctness, of the ghostly white face of the girl I saw last accompanied by that dog--deserted by that dog.
As soon as the interviewers came to know that I am visually impaired, they simply refused to interview me and said they do not have a policy on induction of visually-impaired people into the department.
The footballing skills of a number of visually impaired and blindfolded individuals came alive at a lively session held on Monday to mark the National Sport Day celebrations at Aspire Women's Hall.
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A BIRMINGHAM charity for the visually impaired has held its own special gongs to recognise volunteers who have helped the organisation over the years.