standpoint


standpoint
I noun angle, aspect, attitude, belief, bent, conviction, direction, disposition, inclination, judgment, leaning, location, observation post, opinion, orientation, outlook, perspective, persuasion, point, point of view, position, post, predilection, proclivity, propensity, seat, sententia, situation, spot, station, tendency, vantage point, view, viewpoint, vision II index conviction (persuasion), outlook, perspective, position (point of view), posture (attitude), side, stand (position)

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  • Standpoint — Stand point ( point ), n. [Cf. G. standpunkt.] A fixed point or station; a basis or fundamental principle; a position from which objects or principles are viewed, and according to which they are compared and judged. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • standpoint — 1829, from STAND (Cf. stand) (v.) + POINT (Cf. point). A loan translation of Ger. Standpunkt …   Etymology dictionary

  • standpoint — *point of view, viewpoint, angle, slant Analogous words: stand, *position, attitude …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • standpoint — see point of view …   Modern English usage

  • standpoint — [n] belief, position angle, attitude, judgment, opinion, outlook, point of view, stance, stand, view, viewpoint; concept 689 …   New thesaurus

  • standpoint — ► NOUN 1) an attitude towards a particular issue. 2) the position from which a scene or an object is viewed …   English terms dictionary

  • standpoint — [stand′point΄] n. [calque < Ger standpunkt] 1. a position from which something is or may be viewed 2. the mental position from which things are judged; point of view …   English World dictionary

  • standpoint — UK [ˈstæn(d)ˌpɔɪnt] / US noun [countable] Word forms standpoint : singular standpoint plural standpoints a way of considering something from someone s standpoint: From a saver s standpoint, high interest rates are a good thing. from the… …   English dictionary

  • standpoint — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ different ▪ We must approach the problem from a different standpoint. ▪ objective, personal ▪ practical ▪ ideological …   Collocations dictionary

  • standpoint — n. from a standpoint (from a practical standpoint; from our standpoint) * * * from a standpoint (from a practical standpoint; from our standpoint) …   Combinatory dictionary


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