myopia
[mʌɪˈəʊpɪə]
NOUN
  1. the quality of being short-sighted.
    "he wore spectacles to correct a mild degree of myopia"
    • lack of foresight or intellectual insight.
      "the company's corporate myopia"
Origin
early 18th century: modern Latin, from late Greek muōpia, from Greek muōps ( see myope).
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How to use myopia in a sentence?
he wore spectacles to correct a mild degree of myopia.
the company's corporate myopia.
myopia.
How to say myopia in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans miopie
Arabic قصر النظر
Bangla মায়োপিয়া
Bulgarian (NOUN)късогледство, миопия
Cantonese (Traditional) 近視
Catalan (NOUN)miopia
Chinese Simplified 近视
Chinese Traditional 近視
Croatian (NOUN)kratkovidost
Czech (NOUN)krátkozrakost, myopie
Danish (NOUN)nærsynethed, myopi
Dutch (NOUN)bijziendheid
Estonian (NOUN)lühinägelikkus
Filipino Pagtatawa
Finnish (NOUN)likinäköisyys
French (NOUN)myopie
German (NOUN)Myopie, Kurzsichtigkeit
Greek (NOUN)μυωπία
Haitian Creole yopi
Hebrew קוצר ראייה
Hindi निकटदृष्टिता
Hmong Daw pom ze xwb
Hungarian (NOUN)rövidlátás
Icelandic (NOUN)Nærsýni
Indonesian miopia
Italian (NOUN)miopia
Japanese (NOUN)近視
Kiswahili kukosa
Latvian (NOUN)tuvredzība
Lithuanian (NOUN)trumparegystė
Maltese mijopija
Norwegian Bokmål Myopi
Persian نزدیک بینی
Polish (NOUN)krótkowzroczność
Portuguese (NOUN)miopia
Querétaro Otomi Miopía
Romanian (NOUN)miopie
Russian (NOUN)близорукость, миопия
Serbian (Cyrillic) Мyопиа
Slovak (NOUN)krátkozrakosť
Slovenian (NOUN)kratkovidnost
Spanish (NOUN)miopía
Swedish (NOUN)myopi, närsynthet
Tamil கிட்டப்பார்வை
Telugu హ్రుదయం
Thai สายตาสั้น
Turkish (NOUN)miyopi
Ukrainian (NOUN)короткозорість, близорукості
Vietnamese cận thị
Yucatec Maya Miopía
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