( point of view plural ) points of view
position from which something is seen; outlook; standpoint.
From an economist's point of view, business is all about money.
: 1918, W. B. Maxwell, chapter 22, The Mirror and the Lamp
From another point of view, it was a place without a soul. The well-to-do had hearts of stone; the rich were brutally bumptious; the Press, the Municipality, all the public men, were ridiculously, vaingloriously self-satisfied. An
attitude, opinion, or set of beliefs.
His point of view is that there is only one true religion.
( literary theory ) The perspective from which a narrative is related.
The storyline in the film “The Usual Suspects” is presented from the point of view of an unreliable narrator.
A position from which something is seen; outlook; standpoint
وِجْهَة نَظَر ( f wijhat naẓar) Catalan:
punt de vista (ca) m Chinese:
, 觀點 观点 ( (zh) guāndiǎn), 角度 ( (zh) jiǎodù) Czech:
hledisko (cs) n Esperanto:
vidpunkto (eo) Finnish:
, näkökulma näkökanta French:
point de vue (fr) German:
Blickpunkt , m Perspektive (de) , f Ansicht (de) , f Sicht (de) , f Blickwinkel (de) m Greek:
άποψη (el) ( f ápopsi), θεώρηση (el) ( f theórisi), θέση (el) ( f thési) Hungarian:
nézőpont (hu) Italian:
punto di vista (it) m Japanese:
観点 ( (ja) かんてん, kanten)
An attitude, opinion, or set of beliefs
"point of view" in Encarta® World English Dictionary [North American Edition] © & (P)2007 Microsoft Corporation.
"point of view" in the Dictionary.com Unabridged, v1.0.1, Lexico Publishing Group, 2006.
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