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standpoint /'stændpɔint/
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Concise Dictionary
standpoints'stændpɔɪnt
noun
+a mental position from which things are viewed
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
viewpoint, point of view, vantage point, perspective, position, angle, view:
From the standpoint of mice, cats do not make good pets.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[usually sing.] a point of view or way of thinking about ideas or situations
Synonym: PERSPECTIVE
a modern / political / theoretical standpoint + He is writing from the standpoint of someone who knows what life is like in prison.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

different
We must approach the problem from a different standpoint.
| positive | practical | ideological, theoretical | economic, historical, political, religious, technical, etc.

VERB + STANDPOINT

adopt
We should try to adopt a more positive standpoint.
| approach sth from, view sth from

PREP.

from a/the ~ (of)
From the standpoint of women, this looks like a policy of discrimination.



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