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point of view noun

ADJ. alternative, different He listened patiently to what we all had to say before putting across an alternative point of view. | aesthetic, business, commercial, economic, environmental, financial, legal, management, medical, personal, practical, psychological, safety, security, technical, theoretical, etc.

VERB + POINT OF VIEW have | take He always seems to take the opposite point of view to me. | express, get across/over, present, put (across/forward/over) A union representative was present to put the farmers' point of view. | see (sth from), understand I can see your point of view, but I think we have to consider the long-term implications. Try to see the situation from my point of view. | agree with, share | come round to If we can talk to her for an hour I'm sure she'll come round to our point of view. | reflect I do not think the article reflects the point of view of the majority of the population.

PREP. from a/sb's ~ From a purely personal point of view, I'd like to see cars banned from the city centre. | from the ~ of The book tells the story of a murder investigation from the point of view of the chief suspect. From the point of view of safety, a lower speed limit would certainly be a good thing. | ~ on I don't have a point of view on this issue.