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world-view

[wurld-vyoo] /ˈwɜrldˌvyu/
noun
Origin of world-view
1855-1860
1855-60; translation of German Weltanschauung
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  • Social institutions and mores were adapted to reflect the preferences, inclinations, values, goals and worldview of the new elite.

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British Dictionary definitions for worldview

world-view

noun
1.
another word for Weltanschauung
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Word Origin and History for worldview
n.

1858, from world + view (n.); translating German weltanschauung.

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