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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
outlook /'autluk/
  • danh từ
    • quang cảnh, viễn cảnh
    • cách nhìn, quan điểm
      • outlook on file: cách nhìn cuộc sống, nhân sinh quan
      • world outlook: cách nhìn thế giới, thế giới quan
    • triển vọng, kết quả có thể đưa đến
    • sự đề phòng, sự cảnh giác
    • chòi canh
Concise Dictionary
outlooks'aʊtlʊk
noun
+a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations
+belief about (or mental picture of) the future
+the act of looking out

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 view, position, point of view, viewpoint, prospect, perspective, slant, angle, standpoint, attitude, opinion:
His outlook on the situation in the Middle East is bound to be somewhat biased
2 prospect, forecast, expectation(s):
What is the outlook for the value of the pound sterling over the next year?
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 ~ (on sth) the attitude to life and the world of a particular person, group or culture: He had a practical outlook on life. + Most western societies are liberal in outlook.
2 [usually sing.] ~ (for sth) the probable future for sb/sth; what is likely to happen: The outlook for jobs is bleak. + the country's economic outlook + The outlook (= the probable weather) for the weekend is dry and sunny.
3 a view from a particular place: The house has a pleasant outlook over the valley.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 attitude to life

ADJ.

optimistic, positive | negative, pessimistic | general | broad
Having children gave her a broader outlook on life.
| different, differing | mental | moral, philosophical, religious

VERB + OUTLOOK

have | give sb | change | broaden
Travel broadens your outlook.

PREP.

in ~
She is rather cautious in outlook.
| of (a) … ~
people of widely differing religious outlooks
| ~ on
Losing his job changed his whole outlook on life.

2 what will probably happen

ADJ.

bright, good | bleak, gloomy, grim
The outlook for people on a state pension is grim.
| uncertain | business, economic, political | long-term, short-term

VERB + OUTLOOK

improve
The drug improves the long-term outlook of migraine sufferers.
| worsen

PREP.

~ for
a brighter outlook for the economy



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