vantage point


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vantage point

n.
A position that affords a broad overall view or perspective, as of a place or situation.

vantage point

n
a position or place that allows one a wide or favourable overall view of a scene or situation

van′tage point`


n.
a position or place that affords a wide perspective.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vantage point - a place from which something can be viewedvantage point - a place from which something can be viewed; "from that vantage point he could survey the whole valley"
vantage - place or situation affording some advantage (especially a comprehensive view or commanding perspective)
Translations

vantage point

npunto d'osservazione (favorevole)
References in classic literature ?
From my vantage point in the window I could see the bodies of her crew strewn about, although I could not make out what manner of creatures they might be.
But the fact, not so much that she knew, but that from this vantage point of knowledge she was ridiculing him, was too much for even his self-possession.
Hidden by concealing shrubbery he crawled to a vantage point upon a hill that projected further into the valley, and here he lay upon his belly watching the workers closest to him.
In order to become majestic, it should be viewed from some vantage point, as it rolls its slow and long array through the centre of a wide plain, or the stateliest public square of a city; for then, by its remoteness, it melts all the petty personalities, of which it is made up, into one broad mass of existence,--one great life,--one collected body of mankind, with a vast, homogeneous spirit animating it.
He cried silently, a long time, till, as if suddenly bethinking himself, he sat down in the snow with much creaking and crackling of his joints, and from this low vantage point toppled sidewise and fainted calmly and easily away.
At length the old lady became desperate, for the second Pole, when dismissed, imitated his predecessor by declining to go away; with the result that one Pole remained standing on the right of the victim, and the other on her left; from which vantage points the pair quarrelled, abused each other concerning the stakes and rounds, and exchanged the epithet "laidak " [Rascal] and other Polish terms of endearment.
From other vantage points at the jungle's border two other watchers looked out upon the scene.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 7 August 2017: The fifth edition of the UAE's Vantage Point Sharjah exhibition opened on August 5, providing viewers a chance to explore life in the UAE through exhibited photographs.
Irwin said, "The satellites are using the unique vantage point of space to look back here on earth to actually understand and protect our home planet.
Vantage Point on Balliol Business Park has been sold by the Capital Markets team at CBRE Leeds, acting on behalf of Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate.
Higher education professionals engaging in assessment work can preserve, or perhaps renew, the luster of their efforts by remaining focused on student learning, but occasionally changing their vantage point.
Freg Vantage Point Associates LLC, an affiliate of Versus Capital Group of Denver, sold Vantage Point Apartments at 2300 Rebsamen Park Road.