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point of view

noun [C] uk   (plural points of view) us  
B2 a way of considering something: From a purely practical point of view, the house is too small. From a medical point of view, there was no need for the operation.Opinions, beliefs and points of view B2 an opinion: You have to be willing to see (= understand) other people's points of view. I appreciate that from your point of view it's an unwelcome development.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
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