viewpoint, point of view

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bakım
point of view
bakış açısı

Problemi bir çocuğun bakış açısıyla düşünmeliyiz. - We should consider the problem from a child's point of view.

Sorunu onun bakış açısından görmeye çalış. - Try to see the problem from her point of view.

point of view
görüş açısı
point of view
noktainazar
point of view
bakım
point of view
görüş

Görüşüne tamamen katılıyorum. - I fully agree with your point of view.

O, farklı görüşten insanlara açık. - She is open to people who have a different point of view.

point of view
Nokta-i nazar
point of view
açı

Soruna farklı bir bakış açısından bakalım. - Let's look at the problem from a different point of view.

Benim kişisel bakış açıma göre onun fikri doğrudur. - From my personal point of view, his opinion is right.

point of view
cihet
İngilizce - İngilizce

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point of view
A position from which something is seen; outlook; standpoint

From an economist's point of view, business is all about money.

point of view
The perspective from which a narrative is related

The storyline in the film The Usual Suspects is presented from the point of view of an unreliable narrator.

point of view
An attitude, opinion, or set of beliefs

His point of view is that there is only one true religion.

Point Of View
POV
point of view
If you consider something from a particular point of view, you are using one aspect of a situation in order to judge that situation. Do you think that, from the point of view of results, this exercise was worth the cost?
point of view
An image-development strategy used to position the viewer relative to the image in a work of art Examples are a worm's-eye view or a bird's-eye view
point of view
the spatial property of the position from which something is observed
point of view
the position or vantage-point from which the events of a short story or novel seem to be observed and presented to us A writer has two basic choices: to present the story from the first-person point of view (the narrator uses "I") or to present the story from the third-person point of view (the narrator from outside the story refers to the characters by name or uses "he," "she," or " they")
point of view
The perspective from which a story is told Common povs include first person: in which an "I" tells a tale, usually from a limited, subjective vantage point, usually about events in which the "I" is involved
point of view
is the relative identification of the narrator with the characters
point of view
  The perspective from which a story is narrated or a scene is described   Point of view can refer to narrators or characters through which an event is focalized
point of view
a mental position from which things are viewed; "we should consider this problem from the viewpoint of the Russians"; "teaching history gave him a special point of view toward current events"
point of view
the perspective from which a story is told
point of view
A view of a roller coaster, of what the rider would see Often describes pictures Companies will sometimes use computers to simulate a Point of View in order to show the park what the ride will be like
point of view
You can refer to the opinions or attitudes that you have about something as your point of view. Thanks for your point of view, John Try to look at this from my point of view. = viewpoint
point of view
A view of a roller coaster as seen from the rider's point of view This is often done from the front seat, but can be from any seat on the train Both still and moving pictures can be "Point of View " Roller coaster designers often create Point of View animations of roller coasters that haven't been built yet, to give parks an idea of what the ride will be like
point of view
Also known as POV A camera angle, in which the scene which we see is meant to represent what one of the characters sees See Angle for a full list of camera angles covered in this glossary
point of view
prose can be written from a first person (I) or second person (you) or third person
point of view
Perspective from which the work is presented by a character in the work or by a narrator; terms related to point of view include omniscient narrator, limited third-person narrator, first-person narrator, and unreliable narrator
point of view
The roller coaster experience as seen from the rider's point of view This term is often used with video footage or animations to describe the type of footage POV footage is taken on the ride, generally in the first or last rows and shows the what the rider experience is like on the ride
point of view
A view that can only be seen from the riding on the coaster
point of view
The angle from which the viewer sees the objects or scene
point of view
(abbr POV) designates the angle of vision and the perspective conveyed by the camera "eye "
point of view
also called focus; the point from which people, events, and other details in a story are viewed This term is sometimes used to include both focus and voice Close Window
point of view
The relation of the storyteller to the story
point of view
a shot in which the camera assumes a character's position to reveal what he or she can see to the audience
point of view
a term from literary studies which describes the perspective or source of a piece of writing
point of view
A shot that depicts the outlook or position of a character
point of view
In description, the observer looks at the object described; in narration, the person who tells the story First person or the more impersonal third person is commonly used
point of view
- who speaks and how he or she speaks; the writer's stance in relation to the events of the poem or story It refers to the distance and limitations of the persona or narrator from the events of the poem or story Typical points of view are first person, second person, third person limited and third person omniscient
point of view
The angle from which you're writing a piece, particular in fiction You may take an omniscient point of view, allowing the reader to know everything that's happening, or you may filter your writing through the perceptions of one or more of your fictional characters
point of view
Angle from which the viewer sees the object
point of view
the spatial property of the position from which something is observed a mental position from which things are viewed; "we should consider this problem from the viewpoint of the Russians"; "teaching history gave him a special point of view toward current events
point of view
{i} outlook, attitude, viewpoint
viewpoint, point of view