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vue nom {f}

view [views]◼◼◼(computing: user interface part of program)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]
I like the view. = J'aime la vue.

view [views]◼◼◼(seeing)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]
I like the view. = J'aime la vue.

view [views]◼◼◼(something to look at)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]
I like the view. = J'aime la vue.

view [views]◼◼◼(computing: logical table in database)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]
I like the view. = J'aime la vue.

view [views]◼◼◼(internet: individual viewing of a web page or a video by a user)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]
I like the view. = J'aime la vue.

view [views]◼◼◼(range of vision)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]
I like the view. = J'aime la vue.

sight [sights]◼◼◻(something seen)
noun
[UK: saɪt] [US: ˈsaɪt]
He lost his sight. = Il a perdu la vue.

vision [visions]◼◼◻(sense or ability of sight)
noun
[UK: ˈvɪʒ.n̩] [US: ˈvɪʒ.n̩]
How is your vision? = Comment est ta vue ?

eyesight◼◼◻(faculty of sight)
noun
[UK: ˈaɪ.saɪt] [US: ˈaɪ.ˌsaɪt]
He lost his eyesight. = Il perdit la vue.

overlook◼◼◻(vista or point)
noun
[UK: ˌəʊv.ə.ˈlʊk] [US: ˌoʊv.ə.ˈlʊk]

outlook [outlooks]◼◼◻(view from such a place)
noun
[UK: ˈaʊt.lʊk] [US: ˈaʊˌt.lʊk]

vista [vistas]◼◻◻(distant view or prospect)
noun
[UK: ˈvɪ.stə] [US: ˈvɪ.stə]

vue aérienne nom {f}

bird's-eye view [bird's-eye views]◼◼◼(view from directly or high above)
noun
[UK: ˈbɜːdz aɪ vjuː] [US: ˈbɝːdz ˈaɪ ˈvjuː]

vue d'artiste nom {f}

artist's impression◼◼◼noun

vue d'ensemble nom

overview [overviews]◼◼◼(brief summary, as of a book or a presentation)
noun
[UK: ˈəʊv.ə.vjuː] [US: ˈoʊv.r̩.vjuː]

vue de l'esprit nom

figment [figments](fabrication, fantasy, invention)
noun
[UK: ˈfɪɡ.mənt] [US: ˈfɪɡ.mənt]

vue explosée [rare] nom {f}

exploded view◼◼◼(a view in a drawing showing how parts in an assembly fit together)
noun
[UK: ɪk.ˈspləʊ.dɪd vjuː] [US: ɪkˈsplo.ʊ.dɪd ˈvjuː]

vue plongeante nom {f}

bird's-eye view [bird's-eye views]◼◼◼(view from directly or high above)
noun
[UK: ˈbɜːdz aɪ vjuː] [US: ˈbɝːdz ˈaɪ ˈvjuː]

vue éclatée nom {f}

exploded view◼◼◼(a view in a drawing showing how parts in an assembly fit together)
noun
[UK: ɪk.ˈspləʊ.dɪd vjuː] [US: ɪkˈsplo.ʊ.dɪd ˈvjuː]

angle de prise de vue nom {m}

camera angle◼◼◼(viewpoint from which something is photographed)
noun

article de revue nom {m}

literature review◼◼◼(scholarly paper)
noun

avoir des vues sur verbe

have designs on◼◼◼verb
[UK: həv dɪ.ˈzaɪnz ɒn ˈsʌm.bə.di] [US: həv də.ˈzaɪnz ɑːn ˈsʌm.ˌbɑː.di]

avoir une entrevue verbe

interview [interviewed, interviewing, interviews]◼◼◼(to have an interview)
verb
[UK: ˈɪn.tə.vjuː] [US: ˈɪn.tər.ˌvjuː]

vue nom {m}

gaffe [gaffes]◼◼◼(a foolish error, especially one made in public)
noun
[UK: ɡæf] [US: ˈɡæf]

vue nom {f}

trip [trips](faux pas, a social error)
noun
[UK: trɪp] [US: ˈtrɪp]

chanter à vue verbe

sight sing(to sing a musical piece while reading it for the first time)
verb

chien de berger belge tervueren nom

Belgian Tervurennoun

chose rarement vue est plus chère; un peu d'absence fait grand bien phrase

absence makes the heart grow fonder(When someone or something is far away, one realizes how much one loves or misses them or it)
phrase

entrevue nom {f}

interview [interviews]◼◼◼(a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant)
noun
[UK: ˈɪn.tə.vjuː] [US: ˈɪn.tər.ˌvjuː]
He declined to be interviewed. = Il déclina l'entrevue.

examen de la vue nom {m}

eye test◼◼◼(test of vision)
noun
[UK: aɪ ˈtest] [US: ˈaɪ ˈtest]

garde à vue nom {f}

custody [custodies]◼◼◼(state of being imprisoned or detained)
noun
[UK: ˈkʌ.stə.di] [US: ˈkʌ.stə.di]

jouer à vue verbe

sight read(to perform a musical piece while reading it for the first time)
verb

longue-vue nom {f}

spyglass◼◼◼(portable telescope)
noun
[UK: ˈspaɪ.ɡlɑːs] [US: ˈspaɪ.ˌɡlæs]

spotting scope◼◻◻(compact high-power monocular telescope for observing wildlife or targets)
noun

lunettes de vue nom {f pl}

prescription glasses◼◼◼noun

naviguer / piloter / ... à vue verbe

fly by the seat of one's pants(to pilot an aircraft using only instinct, visual observation, and practical judgment)
verb

naviguer à vue verbe

fly by the seat of one's pants(to improvise a course of action)
verb

passer en revue verbe

go through◼◼◼(to examine or scrutinize)
verb
[UK: ɡəʊ θruː ˈsʌm.bə.di] [US: ˈɡoʊ θruː ˈsʌm.ˌbɑː.di]

perdu de vue (lost sight of); see also désuni adjectif

estranged◼◼◼(having become a stranger)
adjective
[UK: ɪ.ˈstreɪndʒd] [US: e.ˈstreɪndʒd]

point de vue nom {m}

view [views]◼◼◼(point of view)
noun
[UK: vjuː] [US: ˈvjuː]

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