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out·look

 (out′lo͝ok′)
n.
1. A point of view; an attitude: a positive outlook.
2. Expectation for the future: the long-term outlook for economic growth.
3.
a. A place where something can be viewed.
b. The view seen from such a place.

outlook

(ˈaʊtˌlʊk)
n
1. a mental attitude or point of view
2. the probable or expected condition or outcome of something: the weather outlook.
3. the view from a place
4. view or prospect
5. the act or state of looking out

out•look

(ˈaʊtˌlʊk)

n.
1. the view or prospect from a particular place.
2. mental attitude or view; point of view.
3. prospect for the future: the political outlook.
4. the place from which an observer looks out.
5. the act or state of looking out.
[1660–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.outlook - a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situationsoutlook - a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations
attitude, mental attitude - a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways; "he had the attitude that work was fun"
2.outlook - belief about (or mental picture of) the futureoutlook - belief about (or mental picture of) the future
belief - any cognitive content held as true
promise, hope - grounds for feeling hopeful about the future; "there is little or no promise that he will recover"
foretaste - an early limited awareness of something yet to occur
possibility - a future prospect or potential; "this room has great possibilities"
anticipation, expectancy - something expected (as on the basis of a norm); "each of them had their own anticipations"; "an indicator of expectancy in development"
misgiving, apprehension - painful expectation
3.outlook - the act of looking out
looking, looking at, look - the act of directing the eyes toward something and perceiving it visually; "he went out to have a look"; "his look was fixed on her eyes"; "he gave it a good looking at"; "his camera does his looking for him"

outlook

noun
1. attitude, views, opinion, position, approach, mood, perspective, point of view, stance, viewpoint, disposition, standpoint, frame of mind The illness had a profound effect on his outlook.
2. prospect(s), future, expectations, forecast, prediction, projection, probability, prognosis The economic outlook is one of rising unemployment.
3. view, prospect, scene, aspect, perspective, panorama, vista The house has an expansive southern outlook over the valley.

outlook

noun
1. The position from which something is observed or considered:
2. A frame of mind affecting one's thoughts or behavior:
3. Chance of success or advancement:
future, prospect (used in plural).
5. A high structure or place commanding a wide view:
6. That which is or can be seen:
Translations
دَلائِل المُسْتَقْبَل القَريبرُؤْيةٌمَنْظَرنَظْرَةٌ إلى الأمور، وُجْهَة نَظَر
názorvýhledvyhlídka
livssynudsigt
elämänasennenäkemysnäköalanäkymä
pogled
szemléletmód
útlit, horfurútsÿniviîhorf
見通し
전망
perspektyva
izredzesprognozeskatsuzskats
obetpogled
utsikt
ทัศนคติ
quan điểm

outlook

[ˈaʊtlʊk] N
1. (= view) → vista f, perspectiva f
2. (= prospects) → perspectivas fpl, panorama m
the outlook for the economy/the wheat crop is goodlas perspectivas económicas/de la cosecha de trigo son favorables
it's a grim outlooklas perspectivas no son nada halagüeña
3. (= opinion) → punto m de vista; (on life) → actitud f
she has a very positive outlook on lifetiene una actitud muy positiva ante la vida
his outlook is always pessimisticsu actitud siempre es pesimista
a person with a broad outlookuna persona de amplias miras
4. (Met) the outlook for next Saturday is sunnyla previsión para el próximo sábado es que hará sol

outlook

[ˈaʊtlʊk] n
(= prospects) → perspectives fpl
the economic outlook → les perspectives économiques
The economic outlook is bright → Les perspectives économiques sont excellentes.
the outlook is poor → les choses s'annoncent mal
the outlook for sth → les perspectives pour qch
[person] → manière f de penser
They are European in outlook → Ils sont européens dans leur manière de penser.
my outlook on life → mon attitude face à la vie
(= weather forecast) → prévisions fpl

outlook

n
(= view)(Aus)blick m, → Aussicht f (→ over über +acc, → on to auf +acc)
(= prospects)(Zukunfts)aussichten pl; (Met) → Aussichten pl; what’s the outlook for the mining industry?wie sind die (Zukunfts)aussichten im Bergbau?
(= mental attitude)Einstellung f; his outlook (up)on lifeseine Lebensauffassung, seine Einstellung zum Leben; what’s his outlook on the matter?wie steht er zu der Sache?; his broad outlooksein weiter Horizont; narrow outlookbeschränkter Horizont, (geistige) Beschränktheit; if you adopt such a narrow outlookwenn Sie die Dinge so eng sehen

outlook

[ˈaʊtˌlʊk] n (view) → vista, veduta; (prospects) → prospettive fpl; (opinion) → visione f, concezione f
the outlook for next Saturday is sunny → si prevede bel tempo per sabato prossimo

outlook

(ˈautluk) noun
1. a view. Their house has a wonderful outlook.
2. a person's view of life etc. He has a strange outlook (on life).
3. what is likely to happen in the future. The weather outlook is bad.

outlook

رُؤْيةٌ názor livssyn Ausblick αντίληψη punto de vista elämänasenne vision pogled prospettiva 見通し 전망 perspectief ståsted pogląd perspectiva, perspetiva мировоззрение utsikt ทัศนคติ yaşama bakış quan điểm 前景

outlook

n. punto de vista, expectativa, opinión.
References in classic literature ?
The talk of the town and the respect with which men and boys instinctively greeted him, as all men greet silent people, had affected Seth Richmond's outlook on life and on himself.
Things familiar to the youngest child that had begun its outlook at existence seemed strange to him.
He groped along as stealthily, with as cautious a tread, and as wary an outlook, as a thief entering a chamber where a man lies only half asleep -- or, it may be, broad awake -- with purpose to steal the very treasure which this man guards as the apple of his eye.
The only thing indeed that in this early outlook might have made me shrink again was the clear circumstance of her being so glad to see me.
The one who had had the northern outlook reported a camp in sight, but visible with the glass only.
In the morning he looked out on the black frost that seemed to press cruelly on every blade of grass, while the half-icy red pool shivered under the bitter wind; but towards evening the snow began to fall, and curtained from him even that dreary outlook, shutting him close up with his narrow grief.
It can only be done, I am convinced, by somebody having a great deal of the child in his own outlook and sensibilities.
So the man was only too glad, and got in beside him; and the ship flew, and flew, and flew through the air, till again from his outlook the Simpleton saw a man on the road below, who was hopping on one leg, while his other leg was tied up behind his ear.
Two lines of rails, a waggon shed, and a few telegraph posts, alone diversified the outlook.
The poet ennobled political life, the broader outlook of affairs enriched his poetry and humanised it.
When the outlook is bright, bring it before their eyes; but tell them nothing when the situation is gloomy.
Besides, what a charming outlook it would have been to serve the cardinal