Definition of "view" [view]

  • An examination or inspection: used binoculars to get a better view. (noun)
  • A sight; a look. (noun)
  • A systematic survey; coverage: a view of Romantic poetry. (noun)
  • An individual and personal perception, judgment, or interpretation; an opinion: In his view, aid to the rebels should be suspended. See Synonyms at opinion. (noun)
  • Field of vision: The aircraft has disappeared from view. (noun)
  • The act of seeing or observing; an inspection (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

  • Vision or sight, esp range of vision (noun)
  • A scene, esp of a fine tract of countryside (noun)
  • A pictorial representation of a scene, such as a photograph (noun)
  • Opinion; thought (noun)
  • Chance or expectation (noun)
  • A desired end or intention (noun)
  • A general survey of a topic, subject, etc (noun)
  • Visual aspect or appearance (noun)
  • A formal inspection by a jury of the place where an alleged crime was committed (noun)
  • A formal inspection of property in dispute (noun)
  • A sight of a hunted animal before or during the chase (noun)
  • To look at (verb)
  • To consider in a specified manner (verb)
  • To examine or inspect carefully (verb)
  • To survey mentally; contemplate (verb)
  • To watch (television) (verb)
  • To sight (a hunted animal) before or during the chase (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "view" in a sentence
  • "Much depends on the point of view from which a man writes; and I can only say that, if the distinguished Major-general is right, _from a purely British point of view_, in depreciating the island and its resources, he thereby furnishes a _very strong argument why Great"
  • "For _distant_ views there is in nature scarcely any stereoscopic effect; and in a photographic stereoscopic view the effect produced is not really a representation to the eye of the _view itself_, but of _a model of such view_; and the apparent size of the model will vary with the angle of incidence of the two pictures, being _smaller_ and _nearer_ as the angle increases."
  • "This is important - coz in MAX 9 - hairs wont render with any render type (region, box, blowup, view etc.), other that #view."