|Origin:||vantage (1300-1400) from Old French avantage; ADVANTAGE|
van‧tage point also vantage [countable]
a good position from which you can see something:
From my vantage point on the hill, I could see the whole procession.
a way of thinking about things that comes from your own particular situation or experiences [= point of view]:
The whole dispute looked silly from my vantage point.