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noun [countable] American English pronunciation: point of view
  1. a way of judging a situation based on a particular aspect
    from a scientific/political/religious etc. point of view:

    Looking at it from a scientific point of view, the discovery is extremely important.

    from the point of view of something:

    From the point of view of safety, the proposed measures are a significant improvement.

    1. a.
      your personal judgment or opinion about something

      From my point of view, the president hasn't done enough to help poor people.

      My husband and I have different points of view on home schooling.

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