viewnounuk us /vjuː/
view noun (OPINION)
- The government's view is that raising taxes now would not be in the national interest.
- His view of the situation is diametrically opposed to mine.
- My personal view is that the students should be doing more work outside the classroom.
- The party leader is an extreme left-winger, but her deputy is more moderate in her views.
- We asked our readers to write in and give us their views.
view noun (SIGHT)
- We had a good view of all the ships coming into/leaving port.
- Our view of the stage was restricted .
- The first diagram is a view of the shop from the street, and the second shows it in section.
- He stood near the front to get a better view.
- A row of tall fir trees shuts off the view of the street in front.
viewverbuk us /vjuː/
view verb (HAVE OPINION)
- We view future developments with some trepidation.
- If you view the situation from her point of view, you may be more sympathetic.
- I didn't view her as a suitable person to look after my children.
- He was viewed as the leading authority on Impressionist painters.
- I view this as a transition phase in my life.
view verb (SEE)
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