view

I
n.
opinion

1) to air, express, present, put forward, voice a view

2) to harbor, hold a view

3) to advance, advocate a view

4) to exchange views

5) to take a view

6) a cheerful, optimistic, rosy; dim, grave, pessimistic view (she took a dim view of the matter)

7) advanced; contrary; conservative; divergent; diverse; liberal, progressive; modem; old-fashioned; outdated, outmoded; philosophical; political; popular; radical; reactionary; slanted; sound; strong; unpopular views

8) a view about, on

9) a view that + clause (they disputed my view that taxes should be raised)

10) in smb.'s view (in my view the offer is unacceptable)

sight

11) to get a view of

12) to block smb.'s view

13) a beautiful, breathtaking, magnificent, superb view

14) a clear, unhampered, unimpaired view

15) a bird's eye; close-up; full; full-length view

16) in, within view (in full view of the public)

17) (misc.) to come into view

perspective

18) an exploded view

what can be seen

19) a rear view

20) a view from (the view from the window)

21) (misc.) a room with a nice view (of the ocean)

aim

22) with a view (with a view to reestablishing diplomatic relations)

misc.

23) in view of ('in consideration of'); a point of view

II

v. (d; tr.) to view as (she was viewed as a serious threat to the party leadership)

* * *
[vjuː]
a point of view
advocate a view
close-up
dim
divergent
diverse
full view length view
hold a view
magnificent
modern
old view fashioned
outdated
outmoded
philosophical
political
progressive
put forward
radical
rosy
strong
superb view
unhampered
unimpaired view
unpopular views
voice a view
within view (in full view of the public)
pessimistic view (she took a dim view of the matter)
(misc.) to come into view
['opinion'] to air
['perspective'] an exploded view
['sight'] to get a view of
['what can be seen'] a rear view
a beautiful
a bird's eye
a cheerful
a clear
a view about
to advance
to block smb. 's view
to exchange views
to harbor
to take a view
['misc. '] in view of ('in consideration of)
in smb. 's view (in my view the offer is unacceptable)
(misc.) a room with a nice view (of the ocean)
(d;tr.) to viewas (she was viewed as a serious threat to the party leadership)
a view from (the view from the window)
a view that + clause (they disputed my view that taxes should be raised)
['aim'] with a view (with a view to reestablishing diplomatic relations)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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