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viewpoint

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Pronunciation: /ˈvjuːpɔɪnt
 
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Definition of viewpoint in English:

noun

1A position giving a good view.
Example sentences
  • This camera can be manually fixed in position to record a scene from a secondary viewpoint.
  • Text panels scattered throughout the Museum give eye-witness accounts and background viewpoints.
  • We see portions of the illuminated half from various viewpoints as both Earth and Venus orbit the Sun.
2A person’s opinion or point of view: I do try to put over our viewpoint from a purely aesthetic viewpoint, I must say that I dislike the design
More example sentences
  • They pick candidates, they pick issues, they pick sort of world views based upon viewpoints.
  • And the public does not quite understand his major viewpoints on public policies.
  • A start can be world viewpoints that people hold dear and strong in their hearts.
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