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view /vju:/
  • danh từ
    • sự nhìn, sự thấy, tầm nhìn, tầm mắt
      • to go out of view: đi khuất không nhìn thấy được nữa
      • hidden from view: bị che khuất
      • to come in view: hiện ra trước mắt
      • to keep in view: không rời mắt, theo sát; trông nom săn sóc đến, để ý luôn luôn đến
    • cái nhìn thấy, cảnh, quang cảnh
      • this room has a fine view: ở phòng này nhìn ra phong cảnh đẹp
      • panoramic view of the town: toàn cảnh của thành phố
    • dịp được xem, cơ hội được thấy
      • private view: cuộc trưng bày (tranh...) dành riêng cho bạn bè và các nhà phê bình
    • quan điểm, nhận xét, ý kiến, cách nhìn
      • to form a clear view of the facts: có cách nhìn rõ ràng các sự việc
      • to hold advanced views: có những quan điểm tiên tiến
      • to share someone's views: cùng quan điểm với ai
      • to have opposite views: có những ý kiến đối lập nhau
      • point of view: quan điểm
      • political view: chính kiến
      • in view of: xét thấy, vì lý do, bởi, vì
    • dự kiến, ý định
      • to have something in view: dự kiến một việc gì
      • to have other views for: có những dự kiến khác đối với
      • with a view to; with the view of: với ý định
      • with this in view: với ý định này
    • (pháp lý) sự khám xét tại chỗ, sự thẩm tra tại chỗ
    • ngoại động từ
      • thấy, nhìn, xem, quan sát
      • nhìn, xét, nghĩ về
        • to view a matter from one's standpoint: nhìn vấn đề theo quan điểm của mình
    Concise Dictionary
    views|viewed|viewingvjuː
    noun
    +a way of regarding situations or topics etc.
    +the visual percept of a region
    +the act of looking or seeing or observing
    +the range of the eye
    +a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty
    +a message expressing a belief about something; the expression of a belief that is held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof
    +purpose; the phrase `with a view to' means `with the intention of' or `for the purpose of'
    +graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept
    +the range of interest or activity that can be anticipated
    +outward appearance
    verb
    +deem to be
    +look at carefully; study mentally
    +see or watch

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    1 outlook, aspect, prospect, scene, perspective, vista, panorama, spectacle, picture, tableau; landscape, seascape, cityscape:
    From the tower we had a view of the devastation below.
    2 opinion, point of view, approach, position, judgement, belief, way of thinking, conception, understanding, impression, feeling, sentiment, notion:
    Denham's view is that the country's defences are inadequate.
    3 aspect, angle, position, prospect, perspective, vision, representation, projection:
    Here is a termite's-eye view of the timbers in your house.
    4 inspection, survey, vision, sight, observation, scrutiny, examination, contemplation, study:
    The shroud was pulled away, exposing the revolting object to our view.
    5 aim, direction, intent, intention, purpose, objective, object, expectation, prospect, vision, hope, dream:
    We cultivated their friendship with a view to being invited aboard their yacht.
    6 in view of. in light of, considering, in consideration of, because of, on account of:
    In view of your failure to respond to our letters, we must refer the matter to our lawyers.
    v.
    7 look at or upon or over, see, take in, watch, observe, scrutinize, examine, regard, behold:
    From this vantage point one can view the entire valley.
    8 witness, see, watch, observe, take in:
    We viewed the entire robbery as it took place.
    9 regard, consider, think of, look on or upon, judge, deem, believe, hold, estimate, rate, gauge, assess:
    Control views Craven as a threat.
    viewpoint
    n.
    standpoint, (point of) view, attitude, angle, slant, position, stance, vantage point, perspective, frame of reference, way of thinking, context:
    From our viewpoint, widening the road only encourages speeding.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    opinion
    1 [C, often pl.] ~ (about / on sth) a personal opinion about sth; an attitude towards sth: to have different / conflicting / opposing views + to have strong political views + His views on the subject were well known. + This evidence supports the view that there is too much violence on television. + We take the view that it would be wrong to interfere. + In my view it was a waste of time. + What is needed is a frank exchange of views.
    See also - POINT OF VIEW
    way of understanding
    2 [sing.] ~ (of sth) a way of understanding or thinking about sth: He has an optimistic view of life. + the Christian view of the world / the Christian world view + The traditional view was that marriage was meant to last. + The book gives readers an inside view of political life.
    what you can see
    3 [U, sing.] used when you are talking about whether you can see sth or whether sth can be seen in a particular situation: The lake soon came into view. + The sun disappeared from view. + There was nobody in view. + Sit down-you're blocking my view. + I didn't have a good view of the stage.
    4 [C] what you can see from a particular place or position, especially beautiful natural scenery: There were magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. + The view from the top of the tower was spectacular. + a sea / mountain view + I'd like a room with a view. - SIGHT
    photograph / picture
    5 [C] a photograph or picture that shows an interesting place or scene: a book with views of Paris
    chance to see sth
    6 (also viewing) [C] a special chance to see or admire sth: a private view (for example, of an art exhibition)
    Idioms: have, etc. sth in view (formal) to have a particular aim, plan, etc. in your mind: He wanted to make money and went abroad with this end in view.
    in full view (of sb/sth) completely visible, directly in front of sb/sth: He was shot in full view of a large crowd.
    in view of sth considering sth: In view of the weather, the event will now be held indoors.
    on view being shown in a public place so that people can look at it: The new discoveries will be on view in London in the spring.
    with a view to sth / to doing sth (formal) with the intention or hope of doing sth: He's painting the house with a view to selling it.
    more at BIRD, DIM adj., HEAVE v., LONG adj.
    + verb [VN]
    think about sth
    1 ~ sb/sth as sth
    ~ sb/sth with sth to think about sb/sth in a particular way
    Synonym: REGARD
    When the car was first built, the design was viewed as highly original. + How do you view your position within the company? + She has always viewed him with suspicion. + You should view their offer with a great deal of caution.
    look at sth
    2 to look at sth, especially when you look carefully: People came from all over the world to view her work. + A viewing platform gave stunning views over the valley. + The eclipse should only be viewed through a special lens.
    3 to visit a house, etc. with the intention of buying or renting it: The property can only be viewed by appointment.
    watch tv, film / movie
    4 (formal) to watch television, a film/movie, etc: The show has a viewing audience of six million (= six million people watch it). + an opportunity to view the movie before it goes on general release
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 opinion/idea about sth

    ADJ.

    general, popular, prevailing, widely held
    The prevailing view is that he has done a good job in difficult circumstances.
    | conflicting, differing, divergent, opposing, polarized
    The debate brings together experts with conflicting views.
    | clear, forthright, strong
    He's a doctor with clear views on how to prevent illness.
    | idealized, optimistic, positive, romantic, rosy
    Her rosy view of life abroad seems rather naive.
    | jaundiced, negative, pessimistic
    After his experience in jail, he has a pretty jaundiced view of the penal system.
    | conventional
    The conventional view is that work is pleasant and rewarding.
    | unorthodox | minority | political | liberal, modern, progressive, radical | moderate | conservative, reactionary | extremist, hard-line | stereotyped, stereotypical | informed | ill-informed, uninformed | world
    His world view revolves around a battle between rich and poor.

    VERB + VIEW

    have, hold | take
    I took the view that an exception should be made in this case.
    | air, convey, expound, express, make known, present, put forward
    The meeting gave everyone the chance to air their views. She picked up the phone and made her views known to her boss.
    | discuss, exchange, share
    At the meeting, we hope people will exchange views freely.
    | canvass, solicit
    He called a meeting to solicit the views of his staff.
    | reflect, represent
    His letter to the management did not reflect the views of his colleagues.
    | adhere to, agree with, endorse | confirm, support | challenge
    His music challenges the view that modern jazz is inaccessible.

    PREP.

    in your ~
    In my view it was a waste of time.
    | ~ about
    Teachers generally keep their views about politics hidden.
    | ~ on
    Experts hold widely differing views on this subject.

    PHRASES

    an exchange of views
    It's good to have a full and frank exchange of views.
    | a point of view
    From a teacher's point of view, activities that can be done with minimal preparation are invaluable.
    | take a dim view of sth
    (= have a poor opinion of sth)My mother takes a pretty dim view of my cooking skills.

    2 ability to see/be seen from a particular place

    ADJ.

    good, grandstand, wonderful | poor, terrible
    We had a poor view of the stage from where we were sitting.
    | clear, unimpeded, uninterrupted, unobstructed | back, front, rear, side
    The picture shows a front view of the car.
    | close, close-up | public
    Tensions within the band remained hidden from public view.
    | overall
    (figurative) The staff handbook gives an overall view of the company.

    VERB + VIEW

    get, have
    The pillar prevented me getting a clear view of the action.
    | give sb
    The patio gave an unimpeded view across the headland to the sea.
    | block
    A woman in a very large hat was blocking my view of the procession.
    | come into
    A large truck suddenly came into view.
    | disappear from
    They stood waving on the platform, until the train disappeared from view.
    | be hidden from

    PREP.

    in ~
    There was nobody in view.
    | on ~
    The carriage was put on view for the public to see.

    PHRASES

    in full view (of sth)
    He was shot in full view of a large crowd.

    3 scenery

    ADJ.

    breathtaking, fine, lovely, magnificent, spectacular, splendid, stunning, superb, wonderful
    a room with a breathtaking view across the bay
    | commanding, panoramic | mountain, sea, etc.

    VERB + VIEW

    afford, boast, enjoy, give, have
    Most rooms enjoy panoramic views of the sea. The large windows give fine views of the surrounding countryside.
    | admire, enjoy
    a place to unwind and enjoy the view

    PREP.

    ~ across/over
    a view over the valley
    | ~ from
    the view from his apartment
    | ~ of

    PHRASES

    a room with a view



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