AskDefine | Define vista

Dictionary Definition

vista n : the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views" [syn: view, aspect, prospect, scene, panorama]

User Contributed Dictionary

English

Etymology

From vista.

Pronunciation

  • /'vɪstə/

Noun

  1. A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through some opening.
  2. A site offering such a view.

Translations

A distant view or prospect
A site offering such a view

Icelandic

Verb

(+ acc)
  1. to place, to find a place for
  2. to save (a page, a file)

Italian

Etymology

From vista, past participle of the verb videre.

Adjective

vista s

Verb

vista
  1. feminine singular past participle of vedere

Latvian

Noun

vista
  1. chicken
  2. hen

Spanish

Etymology

From the hypothetical *|vista, from videre

Pronunciation

  • /'bista/

Noun

  1. sight
  2. view

See also

Verb form

  1. defn Spanish

Extensive Definition

Vista usually refers to a distant view.
Vista may also refer to:

Software

Organizations and institutions

Persons

Vehicles

  • Thomas Vista, a school bus produced by Thomas Built Buses until 1998
  • Toyota Vista, a passenger car produced by Toyota until 2003
  • Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, a station wagon produced by Oldsmobile until 1977
  • Mitsubishi Chariot, also known as Dodge / Plymouth Colt Vista Wagon, a compact MPV licensed from Mitsubishi
  • Eagle Vista, a rebadged Mitsubishi Mirage sold under the Eagle brand from 1988-1992
  • F-16 VISTA, a variant of the Lockheed-Martin F-16 fighter aircraft range with thrust vector control (TVC)

Miscellaneous

vista in Bulgarian: Виста (пояснение)
vista in German: Vista
vista in French: Vista
vista in Korean: 비스타
vista in Italian: Vista
vista in Hungarian: Vista
vista in Japanese: ビスタ
vista in Polish: Vista
vista in Portuguese: Vista
vista in Russian: Vista
vista in Slovak: Vista
vista in Swedish: Vista
vista in Chinese: Vista

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

airscape, cityscape, cloudscape, command, domination, eyereach, eyeshot, eyesight, field of view, field of vision, horizon, ken, landscape, limit of vision, line of sight, lookout, naked eye, outlook, outlook over, panorama, perspective, prospect, range, riverscape, scan, scape, scene, scenery, scenic view, scope, scope of vision, seascape, sight, sightliness, skyscape, survey, sweep, townscape, view, waterscape
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