miope


miope
adj.
1 short-sighted.
una política miope (specialist term) (figurative) a short-sighted policy
2 near-sighted, shortsighted, short-sighted, myopic.
3 narrow-minded, narrow-sighted, shortsighted.
4 unimaginative, limited in scope.
f. & m.
near-sighted person, short-sighted person, myope.
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miope
adjetivo
1 short-sighted, myopic
nombre masulino o femenino
1 short-sighted person
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1.
ADJ short-sighted, near-sighted (EEUU), myopic frm
2.
SMF short-sighted person, near-sighted person (EEUU), myopic person frm
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I
adjetivo
a) (Med, Ópt) myopic (tech), nearsighted (AmE), short-sighted (BrE)
b) (falto de perspicacia) short-sighted
II
masculino y femenino myopic person (tech), nearsighted person (AmE), short-sighted person (BrE)
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= nearsighted [near-sighted], myopic, short-sighted [shortsighted], myopic.
Ex. 'Small, near-sighted, dreaming, bruised, an outlander in the city of his birth,' thirteen-year-old Aremis Slake fled one day to the only refuge he knew, the New York subway system.
Ex. Street boys like Slake, a dodger used to running away, do not, even when they are myopic and dreamers, allow themselves to bump into lampposts.
Ex. Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
Ex. It is claimed that the use of bifocals will slow ocular growth in myopic children.
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I
adjetivo
a) (Med, Ópt) myopic (tech), nearsighted (AmE), short-sighted (BrE)
b) (falto de perspicacia) short-sighted
II
masculino y femenino myopic person (tech), nearsighted person (AmE), short-sighted person (BrE)
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= nearsighted [near-sighted], myopic, short-sighted [shortsighted], myopic.

Ex: 'Small, near-sighted, dreaming, bruised, an outlander in the city of his birth,' thirteen-year-old Aremis Slake fled one day to the only refuge he knew, the New York subway system.

Ex: Street boys like Slake, a dodger used to running away, do not, even when they are myopic and dreamers, allow themselves to bump into lampposts.
Ex: Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
Ex: It is claimed that the use of bifocals will slow ocular growth in myopic children.

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miope1
adjective
1 (Med, Ópt) myopic (tech), nearsighted (AmE), short-sighted (BrE)
no me acerques tanto el libro que no soy miope (hum); don't put the book so close, I'm not blind!
2 (falto de perspicacia) short-sighted
miope2
masculine and feminine
myopic person (tech), nearsighted person (AmE), short-sighted person (BrE)
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miope adjetivo
a) (Med, Ópt) myopic (tech), nearsighted (AmE), short-sighted (BrE)

b) (falto de perspicacia) short-sighted

■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
myopic person (tech), nearsighted person (AmE), short-sighted person (BrE)
miope adjetivo & mf short-sighted: soy miope, I'm short-sighted
'miope' also found in these entries:
English:
near-sighted
- short-sighted
- nearsighted
- peer
- short
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miope
adj
1. [corto de vista] short-sighted, US near-sighted, Espec myopic
2. [poco perspicaz] short-sighted;
una política miope a short-sighted policy
nmf
short-sighted o US near-sighted person, Espec myopic person;
es un miope he's short-sighted o US near-sighted, Espec he's myopic
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miope
I adj near-sighted, short-sighted
II m/f near-sighted o
short-sighted person
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miope adj
: nearsighted, myopic
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miope adj short sighted

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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