Another word for phase
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These nouns refer to a particular or possible way of viewing something, such as an object or a process: Phase refers to a stage or period of change or development: “A phase of my life was closing tonight, a new one opening tomorrow” (Charlotte Brontë). Aspect is the way something appears at a specific vantage point: considered all aspects of the project. A facet is one of numerous aspects: studying the many facets of the intricate problem. Angle suggests a limitation of perspective, frequently with emphasis on the observer's own point of view: the reporter's angle on the story. Side refers to something having two or more parts or aspects: “Much might be said on both sides” (Joseph Addison).
Another word for phasenoun
An interval regarded as a distinct evolutionary or developmental unit:period, stage. See time
The particular angle from which something is considered:angle2, aspect, facet, frame of reference, hand, light1, regard, respect, side. See perspective