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view British & World English

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

view English Thesaurus

the view from her top-floor flat never failed to please her

on view British & World English

Being shown or exhibited to the public

page view British & World English

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

plan view British & World English

A view of an object as projected on a horizontal plane

side view British & World English

A view from the side

short view British & World English

Consideration of the present and immediate future only

view halloo British & World English

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

world view British & World English

A particular philosophy of life or conception of the world

bird's-eye view British & World English

A general view from above

Mountain View British & World 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 British & World 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 British & World English

Because or as a result of

worm's-eye view British & World 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 British & World English

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

pay-per-view British & World English

A television service in which viewers are required to pay a fee in order to watch a specific programme

in full view British & World English

Clearly visible

a ——'s-eye view British & World English

A view from the position or standpoint of a ——

order to view British & World English

An estate agent’s request to an occupier to allow inspection of their premises by a client

point of view British & World English

A particular attitude or way of considering a matter

rear-view mirror British & World English

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

with a view to British & World English

With the hope, aim, or intention of

take the long view British & World English

Think beyond the current situation

take a dim view of British & World English

Regard with disapproval

take a poor view of British & World English

Regard with disapproval

on view in view British & World English

Being shown or exhibited to the public

distance lends enchantment to the view British & World English

Things look better from further away

in view of in view British & World English

Because or as a result of

a ——'s-eye view in eye British & World English

A view from the position or standpoint of a ——

order to view in order British & World English

An estate agent’s request to an occupier to allow inspection of their premises by a client

binge-watch British & World English

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


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