view (noun, verb) past tense: viewed LISTEN
If something has a view, it means that you can see something from it. Usually the thing that you can see is pretty—for example a mountain or lake.
- My hotel room has a view of the sea.
If you have a good view of something, it means that you can see it well.
- We were at the front, so we had a good view of the show.
If you view something, it means that you go somewhere to see it.
- Visitors to the art gallery can view some of Picasso’s paintings.
Your view, or point of view, is your opinion about something.
- I’d like to hear your point of view.
- We have different views about the economy.
In pop culture
View from the top is a movie about a young woman from a small town who sets out to fulfill her dream of becoming a flight attendant.
There are other meanings of view.