1. An examination or inspection:
used binoculars to get a better view.
2. A systematic survey; coverage:
a view of Romantic poetry.
3. An individual and personal perception, judgment, or interpretation; an opinion:
In his view, aid to the rebels should be suspended.See Synonyms at opinion
4. Field of vision:
The aircraft has disappeared from view.
5. A scene or vista:
the view from the tower.
6. A picture of a landscape:
a view of Paris, done in oils.
7. A way of showing or seeing something, as from a particular position or angle:
a side view of the house.
8. Something kept in sight as an aim or intention:
“The pitch of the roof had been calculated with a view to the heavy seasonal rains”(Caroline Alexander)
9. Expectation; chance:
The measure has no view of success.
10. To look at; watch:
view an exhibit of etchings.
11. To examine or inspect:
viewed the house they were thinking of buying.
12. To survey or study mentally; consider.
13. To think of in a particular way; regard:
doesn't view herself as a success; viewed their efforts unfavorably.See Synonyms at see 1
14. Taking into account; in consideration of.
15. Placed so as to be seen; exhibited.
16. Middle English vewe
17. from Anglo-Norman [from feminine past participle of] veoir [to see]
源自 英法语  源自veoir的阴性过去分词 [看]
18. from Latin vid?re * see weid-
源自 拉丁语 vid?re *参见 weid-