cataract, gataract, chataract, cataractau, gataractau, chataractau, nghataract, nghataractau, ruchen, ruchennau, rhuchen, rhuchennau
Noun(1) an eye disease that involves the clouding or opacification of the natural lens of the eye(2) a large waterfall; violent rush of water over a precipice
(1) Last November I had a cataract successfully removed from my right eye at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary, and last Wednesday had a similar successful operation on my left eye.(2) A 67 year old man presented with poor vision, blurring, and glare 16 months after bilateral cataract operations.(3) But as the clouding progresses, the cataract eventually interferes with your vision.(4) Further compaction causes opacities to develop within the lens - cataract formation.(5) A cataract is also a waterfall - a glorious force that washes away so much you're glad to be rid of, perhaps with some cleansing tears as a finale.(6) Below Steall, the Water of Nevis is no less than a thundering cataract , as it flows from the flats and gouges its way through and down a tight narrow gorge.(7) An incision was made through the cornea and ultrasound used to break up the cataract .(8) In some cases, your doctor may recommend you have a cataract operation straight away to stop other eye complications developing.(9) After a wet spell, the cataract is more spectacular, but the penalty is the state of the ground.(10) the rain enveloped us in a deafening cataract(11) The study identifies age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataract , and diabetic retinopathy as the most common eye diseases in Americans age 40 and over.(12) And, talking about the Victoria Falls, millions of Kwacha would have to be poured into a programme to enlighten the world that the larger part of the water cataract is, in fact, on the Zambian side.(13) My breath comes out in puffs of steam, like water falling from a cataract .(14) In the past, people suffered with worsening vision until the cataract was mature or ├ö├ç├┐ripe.├ö├ç├û(15) The Old Cataract Hotel in Aswan, built in 1899, stands at the site of the first cataract , or waterfall, of the Nile.(16) Ahead, lay a sleepy Nubian town, and beyond lay an angry cataract ; the water boiled and frothed through the gorge and over hidden rocks.
1. waterfall ::
2. cascade ::
5. white water ::
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