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vis

[ wees; English vis ]
/ wis; English vɪs /
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noun, plural vi·res [wee-reys; English vahy-reez]. /ˈwi reɪs; English ˈvaɪ riz/. Latin.
strength; force; power.
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Other definitions for vis (2 of 3)

vis.

abbreviation
visibility.
visual.

Other definitions for vis (3 of 3)

Vis.

abbreviation
Viscount.
Viscountess.
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British Dictionary definitions for vis (1 of 2)

vis
/ Latin (vɪs) /

noun plural vires (ˈvaɪriːz)
power, force, or strength

British Dictionary definitions for vis (2 of 2)

Vis.

abbreviation for
Viscount or Viscountess
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