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perspective

US [pərˈspektɪv]
UK [pə(r)ˈspektɪv]
  • n.观点;远景;景观;透视法
  • adj.(按照)透视画法的;透视的
  • Web透视图;视角;看法
Plural Form:perspectives  
perspective
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n.
1.
[c]
态度;观点;思考方法a particular attitude towards sth; a way of thinking about sth
a global perspective
全球的视角
Try to see the issue from a different perspective .
试以不同的角度看待这件事。
a report that looks at the education system from the perspective of deaf people
从聋人的角度看待教育制度的报告
His experience abroad provides a wider perspective on the problem.
他在国外的经历使他以更广阔的视角看待这个问题。
2.
[u]
客观判断力;权衡轻重的能力the ability to think about problems and decisions in a reasonable way without exaggerating their importance
She was aware that she was losing all sense of perspective.
她意识到自己正在失掉一切正确判断的能力。
Try to keep these issues in perspective .
要尽量恰当地处理这些问题。
Talking to others can often help to put your own problems into perspective .
跟别人谈谈往往有助于正确处理自己的问题。
It is important not to let things get out of perspective .
重要的是不要把事情轻重倒置。
3.
[u]
透视法the art of creating an effect of depth and distance in a picture by representing people and things that are far away as being smaller than those that are nearer the front
We learnt how to draw buildings in perspective .
我们学习如何用透视法画建筑物。
The tree on the left is out of perspective .
左侧的树不成比例。
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[c]
景观;远景a view, especially one in which you can see far into the distance
a perspective of the whole valley
山谷全景

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