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viewpointnoun [C]

 us   /ˈvjuˌpɔɪnt/
a ​point of ​view
(Definition of viewpoint from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"viewpoint" in British English

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viewpointnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈvjuː.pɔɪnt/

viewpoint noun [C] (SIGHT)

UK (US overlook) a ​place from where a ​person can ​look at something, ​especially at an ​area of ​naturalbeauty: The viewpoint by the ​side of the ​road gave us a ​stunningpanorama of the ​wholevalley.

viewpoint noun [C] (OPINION)

(Definition of viewpoint from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “viewpoint”
in Arabic وِجهة نَظَر…
in Korean 관점…
in Portuguese perspectiva, ponto de vista…
in Catalan punt de vista…
in Japanese 観点…
in Chinese (Simplified) 视域, 观察位置, 角度…
in Turkish görüş/bakış açısı…
in Russian точка зрения…
in Chinese (Traditional) 視域, 觀察位置, 角度…
in Italian punto di vista…
in Polish punkt widzenia, perspektywa…
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