a perspective: une perspective, un point de vue
Things are going well from my perspective. De mon point de vue, tout va bien.
From a historical perspective, this may not seem like a bad idea. D'un point de vue historique, ça ne semble pas une mauvaise idée.
(Just) to put that into perspective (it represents 60% of our sales): Pour vous donner une idée (cela représente 60% de nos ventes)
Over 10 million Kalackistani men suffer from sexual dysfunction. That's 1 out of every 10 men, to put that into perspective. Plus de 10 millions de Kalackistanais souffrent de dysfonctionnement sexuel. Pour vous donner une idée, cela représente un homme sur 10.
Let's put things in(to) perspective: Relativisons les choses
- "That harrowing experience gave me a new perspective on the nature of my own life, and how I want to spend the rest of it."
- "Maybe you should ask Hannah as well, she'll give you a woman's perspective."
- "Brian said you are a woman manager, and so you have a different perspective."
- "It really changed my perspective on management, hopefully for the better!"
- "I understand that it is always difficult when employees leave the Delavigne family, however a bit of foresight would have been helpful in avoiding this situation, which, from a business perspective, makes no sense whatsoever."
- "Bruno : Let me put things in perspective for you, Ira."
- "Susie : If you consider the dangers of questionable labor practices strictly from a financial perspective, you'll find that continuing to exploit cheap labor sources is extremely risky."
- "Moira : And just to put that into perspective for all of you, that's nearly double the time that Brent lasts in bed, according to his ex-wife."
- "Philip : Let's put things in perspective."
- "Hopefully, you'll find some much-needed perspective on the direction you've taken professionally."
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