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line of vision

noun, Ophthalmology
a straight line that connects the fovea centralis of an eye with the point on which the eye focuses. Unabridged
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  • The professor asked me to sit in the back of the room, out of their line of vision, and not to speak.
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  • Always keep the shore or the boat within your line of vision.
  • When one of us spoke near his ear but out of his line of vision, he turned toward the voice.
  • Additionally, removal of the bucket improves the excavator operator's line of vision during lifting.
  • Avoid kneeling or squatting out of the bus driver's line of vision.
  • The arrow board is aligned with the road user's line of vision.
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  • There will be lots of traffic, and the trees block the line of vision.
British Dictionary definitions for line of vision

line of vision

(ophthalmol) a straight line extending from the fovea centralis of the eye to an object on which the eye is focused Also called line of sight
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