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visibility in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvisibilityvis‧i‧bil‧i‧ty /ˌvɪzəˈbɪləti/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 DNthe distance it is possible to see, especially when this is affected by weather conditions 🔊 Visibility on the roads is down to 20 metres due to heavy fog.good/poor visibility 🔊 The search for survivors was abandoned because of poor visibility.2 the situation of being noticed by people in generalvisibility of 🔊 The exhibition helped increase the visibility of women artists.3 SEEthe fact of being easy to see 🔊 high visibility clothing
Examples from the Corpus
visibilityConditions are perfect for the yacht race; there is a light wind and visibility is good.The article in the paper meant good visibility for the company.Large umbrellas offer high visibility and are often branded.The advantage of coupons is that they give products high visibility.Planes must have at least a half-mile of visibility to land.Radio and television commentators suggested it occurred because of poor visibility in the rain and fog along the border.Poor visibility made skiing extremely hazardous.Fog has reduced visibility to under 20 metres.I saw nothing of the scenery; visibility was down to fifty yards.The conditions were horrible, the visibility poor, but the traffic was light.The storm is terrible now, the snow thicker, the visibility worse.The visibility was atrocious, perhaps forty yards, and I could see nothing.Most modern planes can land in zero visibility.good/poor visibilityDeeply apologetic. Poor visibility, mistaken identification.He says the crossing patrol has poor visibility because of parked cars and the lollipop lady has to weave in between stationary vehicles.Then the eyes, which have poor visibility underwater, can take over.If poor visibility in itself is rejected as a means of achieving speed reduction through anxiety, other measures are necessary.Radio and television commentators suggested it occurred because of poor visibility in the rain and fog along the border.Higher seats offer better visibility and are relatively easy to get into and out of, he notes.Many of them died because drivers simply didn't see them in the dark or poor visibility.On the final pitches the topo proves to be hopelessly inaccurate and route-finding difficult in the poor visibility.high visibilityDelivery performance is particularly poignant and assumes a high visibility.Both have a high visibility silver paint finish which protects against knocks and abrasion.But high expectations and high visibility have a price.As head of the Red Cross, she has high visibility.Being in a minority brings with it high visibility.The key political point about cruise is its high visibility.Large umbrellas offer high visibility and are often branded.The advantage of coupons is that they give products high visibility.If the stations are in different time zones, the work can be grueling, albeit with high visibility and pay.