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Translation of "view" - English-Spanish dictionary

view

noun /vjuː/
(an outlook on to, or picture of) a scene vista Your house has a fine view of the hills He painted a view of the harbour. an opinion opinión, parecer Tell me your view/views on the subject. an act of seeing or inspecting visita We were given a private view of the exhibition before it was opened to the public. viewer noun a person who watches television espectador This programme regularly has five million viewers. a device with a magnifying lens, and often with a light, used in viewing transparencies. visionadora viewpoint noun a point of view punto de vista I am looking at the matter from a different viewpoint. in view of taking into consideration; because of en vista de, dado In view of the committee’s criticisms of his performance, he felt he had to resign. on view being shown or exhibited expuesto There’s a marvellous collection of prints on view at the gallery. point of view noun a way or manner of looking at a subject, matter etc punto de vista You must consider everyone’s point of view before deciding.
(Definition of view from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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