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virtual not actually being true or real, but seeming to be, or having the same result as if true or real.
virtual reality a space created by software such as a computer game that resembles the physical world in sight and sound; cyberspace.
virtue right action or thoughts; goodness. [3 definitions]
virus a tiny organism that can reproduce only in living cells. Viruses cause disease in humans, animals, and plants. [3 definitions]
vise a tool used to grip objects. Vises have two jaws that are opened and closed by a lever or screw.
visible able to be seen. [2 definitions]
vision the ability to see; sight. [3 definitions]
visit to go or come to see. [4 definitions]
visitor one who makes a visit.
visor a brim that sticks out from the front of a cap or hat and shades the eyes. [3 definitions]
vista a distant view as seen from a particular point or through an opening such as between buildings or trees.
visual having to do with sight or seeing. [2 definitions]
visualize to form a picture of in the mind.
vital having to do with life. [4 definitions]
vitamin one of a number of natural or human-made substances needed for the health and normal working of the body. Humans get most of their vitamins from food.
vivid bright and strong. [2 definitions]
vocabulary the words of a language. [4 definitions]
vocal having to do with or produced by the voice. [3 definitions]
vocal cords the folds at the top of the windpipe that produce the sounds of the voice. There are two pairs of vocal cords. When air passes over the lower pair, it vibrates and sounds are made.
vocation a job or career; occupation.
vogue a popular fashion or style.