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Spanish translation of “perspective”

perspective

noun /pəˈspektiv/
the way of drawing solid objects, natural scenes etc on a flat surface, so that they appear to have the correct shape, distance from each other etc
perspectiva
Early medieval paintings lacked perspective.
a picture or view of something
perspectiva
I would like a clearer perspective of the situation.
in / out of perspective (of an object in a painting, photograph etc ) having, or not having, the correct size, shape, distance etc in relation to the rest of the picture
publicado, a la venta; no publicado, agotado
These houses don’t seem to be in perspective in your drawing.
with, or without, a correct or sensible understanding of something’s true importance
en perspectiva
Try to get these problems in(to) perspective Keep things in perspective.
(Definition of perspective from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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