Meaning of VISTA in English

VISTA

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

new

He rarely opened new vistas and he rarely inspired his supporters.

And when they do, new powers often emerge, new energies are brought to play, new vistas begin to open.

Their paths afford spectacular views, and new vistas open up around every corner.

The rerouted nature trail offers three new vistas from about 150 feet above river level.

I used to stare by the hour at the old and the new vistas side by side.

But approaching from the front opens up entirely new vistas deep inside the face, he said.

The information, at first, had seemed to open up new vistas .

My unsatisfying play opened new vistas .

■ VERB

open

He rarely opened new vistas and he rarely inspired his supporters.

Beginning next month, more Crissy Field buildings will be taken apart, opening more Bay vistas to hikers and bike riders.

But it does open up a vista for the future.

But approaching from the front opens up entirely new vistas deep inside the face, he said.

The information, at first, had seemed to open up new vistas .

My unsatisfying play opened new vistas .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a spectacular mountain vista

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Beginning next month, more Crissy Field buildings will be taken apart, opening more Bay vistas to hikers and bike riders.

He stood gazing off into vistas, legs apart, arms folded across his chest and thought deep thoughts.

In front a simple porch offered a spectacular vista of coconut-fringed beach, lagoon, and open sea beyond.

The castle commands a magnificent vista of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

There was only one small patch of disappointment in his vista of happiness.

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