take+a+view+of

  • 1take the view — to have or be of the opinion (that) …

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  • 2take the view that — to have or be of the opinion (that) …

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  • 3take — vb took, tak·en, tak·ing vt 1 a: to obtain control, custody, or possession of often by assertive or intentional means b: to seize or interfere with the use of (property) by governmental authority; specif: to acquire title to for public use by… …

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  • 4view */*/*/ — I UK [vjuː] / US [vju] noun Word forms view : singular view plural views 1) a) [countable] a personal opinion, belief, or attitude about a particular situation or subject view on: Jill and I have somewhat different views on the election. view… …

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  • 5view — view1 W1S1 [vju:] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(opinion)¦ 2¦(way of considering)¦ 3¦(sight)¦ 4¦(scenery)¦ 5¦(picture)¦ 6¦(chance to see something)¦ 7 in view of something 8 with a view to (doing) something 9 in view 10 take the lon …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6view — [[t]vju͟ː[/t]] ♦ views, viewing, viewed 1) N COUNT: usu with supp, oft N on n, N that Your views on something are the beliefs or opinions that you have about it, for example whether you think it is good, bad, right, or wrong. Washington and… …

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  • 7view — 1 /vju:/ noun 1 OPINION (C) what you think or believe about something (+ on/about): We d like to find out young people s views on religion. | in my/your etc view (=I, you etc think): In my view, what this country needs is a change of government.… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8view — I n. opinion 1) to air, express, present, put forward, voice a view 2) to harbor, hold a view 3) to advance, advocate a view 4) to exchange views 5) to take a view 6) a cheerful, optimistic, rosy; dim, grave, pessimistic view (she took a dim view …

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  • 9take — take1 [ teık ] (past tense took [ tuk ] ; past participle tak|en [ teıkən ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 move something/someone ▸ 2 cause someone/something to move ▸ 3 perform action ▸ 4 need something ▸ 5 accept ▸ 6 win prize/election ▸ 7 reach out and get ▸… …

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  • 10take — I UK [teɪk] / US verb Word forms take : present tense I/you/we/they take he/she/it takes present participle taking past tense took UK [tʊk] / US past participle taken UK [ˈteɪkən] / US *** 1) [transitive] to move something or someone from one… …

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  • 11take*/*/*/ — [teɪk] (past tense took [tʊk] ; past participle taken [ˈteɪkən] ) verb [T] I 1) to move or carry someone or something from one place to another Remember to take a pen with you.[/ex] What time do you take Amy to school?[/ex] The cat had to be… …

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  • 12Take Ionescu — Prime Minister of Romania In office December 18, 1921 – January 19, 1922 Monarch Ferdinand I of Romania Preceded by …

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  • 13take a dim view of — To regard unfavourably • • • Main Entry: ↑view * * * take a dim/poor/view of phrase to not approve of something My boss takes a dim view of anyone who arrives late for meetings. Thesaurus: to disapprove of something or s …

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  • 14take the long view (of something) — phrase to think about the effects that something will have in the future rather than worrying about the present situation Thesaurus: to be, or to become calm and stop worryingsynonym Main entry: long * * * take the ˈlong view (of sth) idiom to… …

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  • 15take a dim view of something — take a dim view (of (something)) to disapprove of something. Most bosses take a dim view of long lunches …

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  • 16take a dim view of — take a dim view (of (something)) to disapprove of something. Most bosses take a dim view of long lunches …

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  • 17take a dim view — (of (something)) to disapprove of something. Most bosses take a dim view of long lunches …

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  • 18take — [tāk] vt. took, taken, taking [ME taken < OE tacan < ON taka < ? IE base * dēg , to lay hold of] I to get possession of by force or skill; seize, grasp, catch, capture, win, etc. 1. to get by conquering; capture; seize 2. to trap, snare …

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  • 19take — ► VERB (past took; past part. taken) 1) lay hold of with one s hands; reach for and hold. 2) occupy (a place or position). 3) capture or gain possession of by force. 4) carry or bring with one; convey. 5) remove from a place. 6) …

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  • 20take a poor view of — take a dim/poor/view of phrase to not approve of something My boss takes a dim view of anyone who arrives late for meetings. Thesaurus: to disapprove of something or someonesynonym Main entry: view * * * …

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