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standpoint

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈstænd.pɔɪnt/
C2 a set of beliefs and ideas from which opinions and decisions are formed: "I have to put aside my emotions," he says, "and consider it from a professional standpoint."
Translations of “standpoint”
in Vietnamese quan điểm, lập trường…
in Spanish punto de vista, opinión…
in Thai ทัศนคติ…
in Malaysian pandangan…
in French point de vue…
in German der Standpunkt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 觀點,立場…
in Indonesian pandangan…
in Russian точка зрения…
in Turkish bakış açısı, görüş, değerlendirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 观点,立场…
in Polish punkt widzenia…
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