B1 [ C ] an opinion, belief, or idea, or a way of thinking about something观点；见解；看法
a way of thinking about the world世界观
The government's view is that raising taxes now would not be in the national interest.
His view of the situation is diametrically opposed to mine.
My personal view is that the students should be doing more work outside the classroom.
The party leader is an extreme left-winger, but her deputy is more moderate in her views.
We asked our readers to write in and give us their views.
A2 [ C or U ] what you can see from a particular place, or the ability to see from a particular place景象；视野；视域
[ C ] a picture of a particular place风景画；风景照片
close enough to be seen看得见；在视野范围内
If something is on view, it is arranged so that it can be seen by the public.在展出
We had a good view of all the ships coming into/leaving port.
Our view of the stage was restricted .
The first diagram is a view of the shop from the street, and the second shows it in section.
He stood near the front to get a better view.
A row of tall fir trees shuts off the view of the street in front.
C2 [ T ] to have a particular opinion or way of thinking about someone or something看待；考虑
We view future developments with some trepidation.
If you view the situation from her point of view, you may be more sympathetic.
I didn't view her as a suitable person to look after my children.
He was viewed as the leading authority on Impressionist painters.
I view this as a transition phase in my life.
C2 [ I or T ] to watch something看；观看
[ I or T ] to look at something in a complete or careful way查看；审视
We viewed the performance from a raised platform.
You can view the sharks from outside the glass tank.
There are hidden huts from where we view the wildlife.
We weren't able to view the property before we bought it.
Can we view the rocket launching?