Definition of 'vantage point'
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We can only see so much from one vantage point. Christianity Today (2000)Yes, the view from this vantage point is more than satisfactory. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Surely there was one vantage point in the entire zoo from which the camera crew could have filmed without being in mortal peril? Times, Sunday Times (2007)From my vantage point a lot of the criticism she seems to be getting is from self-inflicted wounds. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Not so much from his present vantage point, his position as England captain as secure as it has been during almost two years in the job. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'vantage point'
British English: vantage point NOUN
A vantage point is a place from which you can see a lot of things.
From a concealed vantage point, he saw a car arrive.
- American English: vantage point
- Brazilian Portuguese: posição estratégica
- Chinese: > 有利位置便于观察的
- European Spanish: posición ventajosa
- French: poste d'observationN
- German: Aussichtspunkt
- Italian: posizione privilegiata
- Japanese: 見晴らしのよい場所
- Korean: 유리한 위치
- European Portuguese: posição estratégica
- Spanish: posición ventajosa
Definition of vantage point from the Collins English Dictionary
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