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Definition of 'standpoint'

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There is much to be said for this tough approach from both a political and economic standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2007)From an economic standpoint the most damaging tax remains income tax on earned incomes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But they were not terribly significant from a military standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Many of his views about the economy seem to come from a personal standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They will come from a very different sporting standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Our politicians lay out their political standpoint on a variety of controversial issues and have to declare them and vote on them. Times, Sunday Times (2009)From the narrower financial standpoint, the geopolitical and environmental worries could also be a good sign. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The upshot is that fiscal policy in many countries will probably be tightened faster than might be desirable from a strictly economic standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Here's the downside from an economic standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2007)From an economic standpoint, this is understandable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From an economic standpoint, this association makes no sense at all. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He almost certainly disagreed from a moral standpoint, but business called for a different ethic. John Fisher Tommy Cooper: Always Leave Them Laughing (2006)From the financial and business standpoint, the absence of constructive thinking could actually be seen as reassuring. Times, Sunday Times (2007)From quite a different practical standpoint, this same theme unites the very varied work of the critical theorists. Low, Nicholas Politics, Planning and the State (1990)International ambitions are laudable, but from a financial standpoint it will be some time before they have an impact. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The Economics Section had conducted an investigation of the question of fatigue from the economic standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It doesn't make sense for me to live in Poland from an economic standpoint. Times, Sunday Times (2007)From a business standpoint, absenteeism is any failure of an employee to report for or to remain at work as scheduled, regardless of reason. A Conceptual View of Human Resource Management: Strategic Objectives, Environments, Functions

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Translations for 'standpoint'

British English: standpoint /ˈstændˌpɔɪnt/ NOUN
If you look at an event, situation, or idea from a particular standpoint, you look at it in a particular way.
From a military standpoint, the situation is under control.
  • American English: standpoint
  • Arabic: وِجْهَةُ نَظَر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ponto de vista
  • Chinese: 立场
  • Croatian: stajalište
  • Czech: stanovisko
  • Danish: standpunkt
  • Dutch: standpunt
  • European Spanish: punto de vista perspectiva
  • Finnish: näkökanta
  • French: point de vue opinion
  • German: Standpunkt
  • Greek: άποψη
  • Italian: punto di vista
  • Japanese: 見地
  • Korean: 관점
  • Norwegian: standpunkt
  • Polish: punkt widzenia
  • European Portuguese: ponto de vista
  • Romanian: punct de vedere
  • Russian: точка зрения
  • Latin American Spanish: punto de vista
  • Swedish: åsikt
  • Thai: ทัศนคติ
  • Turkish: bakış noktası
  • Ukrainian: точка зору
  • Vietnamese: quan điểm

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