|1.||the act, faculty, or manner of perceiving with the eye; sight|
|2.||a. the image on a television screen|
|b. (as modifier): vision control|
|3.||the ability or an instance of great perception, esp of future developments: a man of vision|
|4.||a mystical or religious experience of seeing some supernatural event, person, etc: the vision of St John of the Cross|
|5.||that which is seen, esp in such a mystical experience|
|6.||(sometimes plural) a vivid mental image produced by the imagination: he had visions of becoming famous|
|7.||a person or thing of extraordinary beauty|
|8.||the stated aims and objectives of a business or other organization|
|9.||(tr) to see or show in or as if in a vision|
|[C13: from Latin vīsiō sight, from vidēre to see]|
vision vi·sion (vĭzh'ən)
The faculty of sight; eyesight.
The manner in which an individual sees or conceives of something.
(Luke 1:22), a vivid apparition, not a dream (comp. Luke 24:23; Acts 26:19; 2 Cor. 12:1).