bring into view


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bring (someone or something) into view

To cause something to become visible or noticeable. The binoculars brought the far-off island into view. Unfortunately, my mother's illness also brought the declining state of her house into view for the rest of us.
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bring someone or something into view

to cause someone or something to be seen or to be visible. A bright light brought the sleeping cattle into view. Please bring your child into view.
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Not until the 19th century did Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace bring into view how the creative power of evolution could start from such a lonely beginning and yield such a diversity of living forms.