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Noun
Concepts or notions
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Viewpoints or opinions
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“That does not, however, prevent us from taking a different view with regard to the costs of the appeal before us.”
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A group or sect holding a particular religious belief
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An opinion or point of view
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Spectacles or displays, usually impressive
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Guidance offered with regard to prudent future action
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The analysis and judgment of the merits and faults of a literary or artistic work
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(usually used in singular form "say") One's input or influence in a matter
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An ideology or set of principles which forms one's point of view
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(typically in plural form "feelings") Emotional sensitivities or well-being
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Plural for a sight or prospect, typically of attractive natural scenery, that can be taken in by the eye from a particular place
“The truth is that, at present, I only have to lift my eyes by ten degrees and I have a sumptuous panoramic view of a building site.”
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Plural for an instance of looking, usually brief
“Could you have a quick view of the report to ensure that there are no mistakes?”
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Plural for a close look at, or over, someone or something to make a judgment
“Let me now present to you a comprehensive view of the economics involved.”
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Plural for the ability to see something or to be seen from a particular place
“Which means that I have a particularly good view of that Guard Tower in the garden beyond Lucy Smooth's.”
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Plural for a schematic or diagram that shows how something works or is built
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Plural for an assertion, especially one maintained in argument
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Plural for an intention for which something is hoped to be accomplished
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Plural for an account of a matter from a particular person's point of view
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Plural for a brief summary, as of a book or a presentation
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Plural for a reactionary response to a product, service, or task
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Plural for a line between an observer or a piece of optical equipment and an object of interest
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Plural for close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal
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Plural for a section formed by a plane cutting through an object, usually at right angles to an axis
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Plural for the whole body of things observed or assumed predating human technology, production, and design
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Plural for a photograph
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Plural for an occasion when something is shown, typically a visual presentation
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To look at or inspect
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“A small horizontal slit in the center of the door allowed me to view some of the darkened room beyond.”
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To regard in a particular light or with a particular attitude
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“When we think about the Middle Ages, it is easy to view Europe in light of what it became rather than what it was.”
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To consider or regard somebody or something as
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To perceive or have an opinion about
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To conceive of or envisage in the mind
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Have a view of from above
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To view by spending time in, usually as part of a holiday or vacation
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To represent by a drawing, painting, or other art forms
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