helicopter view

helicopter view
helicopter view UK US noun [countable] [singular helicopter view plural helicopter views] business
a general way of considering a problem
Thesaurus: opinions and attitudessynonym

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ˈhelicopter view 8 [helicopter view] ; (business)
a broad general view or description of a problem
Syn: 10 000-foot view, Syn:overview

a helicopter view of the research so far

I've only got ten minutes so give me the helicopter view.


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