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vid, vis, view - root word

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