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far·sight·edor far-sight·ed (fär′sī′tĭd)
1. Able to see distant objects better than objects at close range; hyperopic.
2. Capable of seeing to a great distance.
3. Planning prudently for the future; foresighted: large goals that required farsighted policies.
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1. possessing prudence and foresight
2. (Medicine) med of, relating to, or suffering from hyperopia
3. another word for long-sighted
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adjective prudent, acute, wise, cautious, sage, shrewd, discerning, canny, provident, judicious, prescient, far-seeing, politic The decision was described as a far-sighted, significant step.
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1. (US) (Med) → hipermétrope
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b. (Am) (long-sighted) → presbite
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