- standpointsee point of view.
Modern English usage. 2014.
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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 — 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,… … Law dictionary
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 — [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