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view US English

The ability to see something or to be seen from a particular place

view US Thesaurus

the view from her apartment

in view US English

Visible to someone

on view US English

(Especially of a work of art) being shown or exhibited to the public

page view US English

An instance of an Internet user visiting a particular page on a website

plan view US English

A view of an object as projected onto a horizontal plane

side view US English

A view from the side

short view US English

Consideration of the present and immediate future only

view halloo US English

A shout given by a hunter on seeing a fox break cover

bird's-eye view US English

A general view from above, or as if from above

Mountain View US English

A city in north central California, near the southern end of San Francisco Bay, part of the Silicon Valley complex; population 71,348 (est. 2008)

private view US English

An event attended by invited guests at which an art exhibition may be seen before it is opened to the public

in view of US English

Because or as a result of

worm's-eye view US English

A view as seen from below or from a humble position

worm's-eye view New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(one hyphen, apostrophe before the s)

helicopter view US English

(Especially in business) a general survey of something; an overview

pay-per-view US English

See PPV.

in full view US English

Clearly visible

a ——'s-eye view US English

A view from the position or standpoint of a ——

point of view US English

A particular attitude or way of considering a matter

with a view to US English

With the hope, aim, or intention of

take the long view US English

Think beyond the current situation; plan for the future

take a dim view of US English

Regard with disapproval

take a poor view of US English

Regard with disfavor or disapproval

dimly US English

Used to express disapproval

field US English

A space or range within which objects are visible from a particular viewpoint or through a piece of apparatus

in view in view US English

Visible to someone

on view in view US English

(Especially of a work of art) being shown or exhibited to the public

heave in sight US English

Come into view

in view of in view US English

Because or as a result of

rearview mirror US English

A small angled mirror fixed inside the windshield of a motor vehicle, enabling the driver to see the vehicle or road behind

a ——'s-eye view in eye US English

A view from the position or standpoint of a ——

in full view in view US English

Clearly visible

binge-watch US English

Watch multiple episodes of (a television program) in rapid succession, typically by means of DVDs or digital streaming

binge-view in binge-watch US English

Watch multiple episodes of (a television program) in rapid succession, typically by means of DVDs or digital streaming

worldview US English

A particular philosophy of life or conception of the world


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