An example of vis is the influence of the United States economy on the economy of other countries.
Origin of visClassical Latin
Origin of viséFr, past participle of viser, to view, inspect ; from Classical Latin visus: see vision
- Force; power.
- Abbreviation of viscount.
- Alternative spelling of viss.
vis - Computer Definition
(1) (Voice Information Service) A variety of voice processing service applications.
(2) (Visible Image Size) The actual viewing area on a CRT. In the late 1990s, the CRT industry had an honesty attack and began to provide the actual viewing size along with the overall designation (14", 15", 17" etc.) which had always been slightly exaggerated. See viewable image.