English version

in view

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin viewin viewformalPURPOSE having something in your mind as an aimwith this end/object/aim etc in view Defence was all-important, and castles were designed with this end in view. What sort of job did you have in view? view
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have in viewWe have been in great difficulty during the last thirty six hours over an alleged parachute operation which you have in view.
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