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pronunciation:
vyu
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
phrases:
in view of, on view
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the act of looking at or observing; visual inspection; survey.
synonyms:
inspection, survey
similar words:
observation, overview, review, sight
definition 2: one's range of sight.
He walked inside and disappeared from view.
synonyms:
eyeshot, eyesight, ken, sight
similar words:
range, vision
definition 3: area visible from a particular point, esp. a scenic expanse or landscape; scene; vista.
We have a beautiful view from our house.
synonyms:
landscape, scene, scenery, vista
similar words:
cityscape, outlook, panorama, prospect, seascape, spectacle, tableau
definition 4: (often pl.) attitude, perception, or opinion.
The senator's views on immigration have made her popular in some parts of the country.In his view, all people are corrupt or corruptible.He and I have very different views on the subject of religion.
synonyms:
attitude, idea, judgment, notion, opinion, perception
similar words:
appraisal, conception, conviction, eye, feeling, outlook, theory, thought, viewpoint
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phrase: in view of
phrase: on view
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: viewed, viewing, views
definition 1: to see; perceive visually.
synonyms:
behold, look at, observe, regard, see, watch
similar words:
examine, eye, inspect, perceive, scan, scrutinize, survey, witness
definition 2: to look at; inspect; survey.
synonyms:
examine, inspect, look at, scrutinize, survey
similar words:
behold, eye, observe, regard, watch
definition 3: to contemplate or consider.
synonyms:
consider, contemplate, regard
similar words:
examine, judge, mull, perceive, ponder, weigh
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derivation: viewable (adj.)
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