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vantage pointnoun

uk   /ˈvɑːn.tɪdʒ ˌpɔɪnt/  us   /ˈvæn.t̬ɪdʒ ˌpɔɪnt/
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vantage pointnoun [C]

 us   /ˈvæn·tɪdʒˌpɔɪnt/
a place that provides a good view: From our vantage point atop the mountain, we could see the whole city below.
A vantage point is also a way of thinking or a set of opinions based on your particular situation: I asked him how, from his vantage point, the media have changed over the years.
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