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A bird's eye view


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A bird's eye view means to have a general view or study. It has another meaning of having a look from a height, so that one can get a full view.


Sample Usage

1.The reporter gave a bird's eye view of the allegations about the Minister.

2.A bird's eye view of the book reveals that it would be useful for students who are preparing for competitive exams.

3.Sitting here we can have a bird's eye view of the valley.


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