[verb] [T]How do you view your prospects/chances (= What do you consider your chances to be) in tomorrow's race?The journalist asked the minister how he viewed (= what he thought about) recent events.She is viewed (= considered) as a strong candidate for the job. [T]He is being viewed by Amnesty as a prisoner of conscience.We view the situation with concern/satisfaction.The plans have been viewed with suspicion.If we view the problem from a different angle, a solution may become more obvious.
Meaning of VIEW in English
Cambridge English vocab. Кембриджский английский словарь. 2012