English version

in view of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin view of somethingin view of somethingformalREASON used to introduce the reason for a decision or action In view of his conduct, the club has decided to suspend him. view
Examples from the Corpus
in view of somethingIn view of all that has happened, Conklin is expected to resign.I saw him struggling but felt helpless in view of his pain.The next observation is more important in view of the arguments of counsel in the present case.They might even be prepared to overlook his enthusiasm for the euro, particularly in view of his laid-back attitude towards it.Officials of Galatasaray said that in view of the fact their fans were being excluded a neutral venue should be chosen.
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