position, view, perspectivenoun
a way of regarding situations or topics etc.
"consider what follows from the positivist view"
perspective, linear perspectivenoun
the appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer
A view, vista or outlook.
The appearance of depth in objects, especially as perceived using binocular vision.
The technique of representing three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface.
The choice of a single angle or point of view from which to sense, categorize, measure or codify experience.
The ability to consider things in such relative perspective
A perspective optical glass, as used in a telescope.
Not a perspective, but a mirror. uE000101581uE001 Sir Thomas Browne.
By analogy, sound recording technique to adjust and integrate sound sources seemingly naturally
providing visual aid
of, in or relating to perspective
Etymology: Recorded since 1381 (), from Old - or, from the first word of the Medieval () perspectiva ars "science of optics", the feminine of perspectivus "of sight, optical", from perspectus, the past participle of perspicere "to inspect, look through", itself from per- "through" + specere "to look at"; the noun sense was influenaced or mediated by () prospettiva, from prospetto 'prspect', itself from the above Latin prosecere
of or pertaining to the science of vision; optical
pertaining to the art, or in accordance with the laws, of perspective
a glass through which objects are viewed
that which is seen through an opening; a view; a vista
the effect of distance upon the appearance of objects, by means of which the eye recognized them as being at a more or less measurable distance. Hence, aerial perspective, the assumed greater vagueness or uncertainty of outline in distant objects
the art and the science of so delineating objects that they shall seem to grow smaller as they recede from the eye; -- called also linear perspective
a drawing in linear perspective
Etymology: [L. perspicere, perspectum, to look through; per + spicere, specere, to look: cf. F. perspectif; or from E. perspective, n. See Spy, n.]
Perspective in the graphic arts, such as drawing, is an approximate representation, on a flat surface, of an image as it is seen by the eye. The two most characteristic features of perspective are that objects are drawn: ⁕Smaller as their distance from the observer increases ⁕Foreshortened: the size of an object's dimensions along the line of sight are relatively shorter than dimensions across the line of sight
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
per-spek′tiv, n. a view or a vista: the art of drawing objects on a plane surface, so as to give the picture the same appearance to the eye as the objects themselves: just proportion in all the parts: a telescope or field-glass: a picture in perspective.—adj. pertaining or according to perspective.—adv. Perspec′tively.—ns. Perspec′tograph, an instrument for indicating correctly the points and outlines of objects; Perspectog′raphy, the science of perspective, or of delineating it.—Perspective plane, the surface on which the picture of the objects to be represented in perspective is drawn.—In perspective, according to the laws of perspective. [Fr.,—L. perspicĕre, perspectum—per, through, specĕre, to look.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The old term for a hand telescope. Also, the science by which objects are delineated according to their natural appearance and situation.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
Is the art of drawing the resemblance of objects on a plane surface, as the objects themselves appear to the eye, etc.
An understanding of each facet of a subject and how the facets connect and relate to the whole.
The team perspective is clear and we learn from each other.Submitted by MaryC on March 18, 2020
The ability to perceive in actual reality relating to an overview or level of importance.
The perspective of current life is important and we are achieving things efficiently working united as one intelligent humanity.Submitted by MaryC on March 18, 2020
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'perspective' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3172
Rank popularity for the word 'perspective' in Nouns Frequency: #1166
The numerical value of perspective in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of perspective in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
That was one of the most epic matches I've been a part of and probably the most demanding one from the mental perspective, so it really did take me some time to recharge my batteries, especially in my head. My body was fine.
I think it's very likely there's criminal liability associated with how this repayment was structured, relating to what was disclosed from a campaign finance perspective.
From my perspective, we're trying to conserve the species, not the individual animal, and this creates a benefit when it's done in a well-regulated fashion, and the benefits go to the local community.
When you're a minority, no one is really asking you what your experiences feel like, so, in the BWPC, it's really about what we can do to amplify our voice and to provide our perspective because what we've reali?zed certainly in the last year is that it has been sorely missing in a lot of decision-making entities.
I often hear from people that ‘oh LinkedIn is ugly,’ or ‘LinkedIn isn’t for young people.’ It’s all about cosmetic things and their ideas revolve around those cosmetics. Or sometimes people go for specific functional groups, or look at it from the sales and marketing perspective. Well, that doesn’t really work.
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- وجهة نظرArabic
- perspektivní, perspektivaCzech
- Perspektive, AussichtGerman
- چشم اندازPersian
- näkökulma, näk, perspektiivikuva, projektio, perspektiivi, syvyysvaikutelmaFinnish
- perspectief, doorzichtkunde, dieptezichtDutch
- вид, перспективы, перспектива, ракурс, обзор, проекцияRussian
- نقطہ نظرUrdu
- Quan điểmVietnamese
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