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perspective /pɚˈspɛktɪv/  

  • noun
    plural -tives
    a way of thinking about and understanding something (such as a particular issue or life in general) [count]
    He helped us see the problem from a new perspective. [=anglepoint of view]
    The story is told from the perspective of a teenage boy in the 1940s.
    marriage as seen from a male/female perspective
    From an economic perspective, the policy has some merit.
    a critique of the war from a historical perspective - often + on
    My grandmother has a surprisingly modern perspective [=outlookon life.
    He had a complete change of perspective after his illness.
    [noncount] a condition in which a person knows which things are important and does not worry or think about unimportant things
    He had lost all sense of perspective and believed that his life was ruined. - often used after in or into
    She helped him put his life in proper perspective.
    the ability to understand which things are truly important and which things are not
    Try to keep/maintain your perspective and not get too worried about it.
    [count] :the angle or direction that a person uses to look at an object
    From this perspective, the city looks peaceful.
    [noncount] :a way of showing depth or distance in a painting or drawing by making the objects that are far away smaller and making the objects that are closer to the viewer larger
    I admire her use of perspective in her paintings.
    a drawing done in perspective = a perspective drawing