- point of view: used especially in describing a method of shooting a scene or film that expresses the attitude of the director or writer toward the material or of a character in a scene.
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Examples from the Web for pov
Finally an app that combines the selfie with a POV shot that almost makes the former socially acceptable.Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder of Reddit, Shares His Home Screen’s Apps
March 21, 2014
He also had a POV video game called School Shooter that allows the player to gun down students with gruesome results.We Already Know What Adam Lanza’s Real Motive Was at Sandy Hook
November 26, 2013
All I knew was that it was a new director filming his POV line for a website he was working on.Adult Entertainment Companies Put Google Glass Technology in Their Sights
June 3, 2013
If he feels only one POV is coming through, that just means we need more.‘Two and a Half Men’ Co-Creator Lee Aronsohn’s Female-Comedy Rant
April 4, 2012
Pov' négresse, Miché, w'at nevva done nutt'n' to nobody on'y jis sell calas!The Grandissimes
George Washington Cable
Pov′erty-strick′en, Pov′erty-struck, reduced to a state of poverty: in great suffering from poverty.