Definition of in full view in English:

in full view

phrase

  • Clearly visible.

    ‘Oswald was shot in full view of millions of TV viewers’
    ‘the whisky bottle was in full view’
    • ‘The ‘improvements’ will then be made in full view of the television cameras over a nine-month period.’
    • ‘It wasn't the capital punishment the judge favoured, but the idea of justice being conducted in full view of the public.’
    • ‘Police are urging people not to leave shopping bags full of gifts on view in their cars and once those gifts are wrapped, not to leave them in full view in their house.’
    • ‘Even more regrettable was the fact that this happened in full view of people standing at a bus stop, who didn't lift a finger to help.’
    • ‘Faber's first novel tears away protective layers of propriety, leaving the flesh and bone of society quivering and in full view.’