In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1miopía femininehe's had short sight since birth — es miope de nacimiento
- Two teams of American optometrists independently tested the association between short sight and nursery lighting.
- My father had short sight and lost his eyesight due to glaucoma.
- ‘Laser vision correction has been developed mainly for short sight and isn't as effective for long sight,’ he said.
- Defective vision due to short sight or long sight can be corrected by wearing spectacles, contact lenses or by LASIK.
- After an eye test, a two-year-old child was found to have short sight and power of the glass to be worn is - 12.
- The hospital will offer new treatments not currently available on the NHS to treat conditions that lead to blindness in the elderly, and treatments for short sight.
- ‘If you have short sight, you can get special leave,’ he snapped.
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