vid, vis, view - root word

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20 terms · English words formed from the Greek/Latin root words: vid, vis, and view

television

something used to see pictures from far away

vista

a clear view of something like great scenery

improvise

not seeing what you need ahead of time so you must make do with what you have

visa

an official document some countries must see to allow you to enter

preview

to look something over or see something before

review

to look something over again

revise

to re-look at something to change or correct it

clairvoyant

to see clearly (like into the future)

visibility

the ability to see

indivisibility

not able to be separated

invisible

not able to be seen

visage

face; appearance or expression

vis-a-vis

see something face to face; compare two things

visualization

something seen or pictured in your mind

visionary

someone who has an idea of how they want the future to look; imaginative

tele-

prefix meaning far away or distant

re-

prefix meaning again

tion or sion

suffix signaling a word is a noun

able or ible

suffix meaning able

ability or ibility

suffix meaning ability

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