Definición de critique en inglés:

critique

Saltos de línea: cri|tique
Pronunciación: /krɪˈtiːk
 
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sustantivo

A detailed analysis and assessment of something, especially a literary, philosophical, or political theory: a critique of Marxist historicism
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His reputation rests on his incisive critiques of literary and political innocence and immaturity.
  • Insightful, if a bit cagey, critiques of modern political philosophy.
  • This second use is very important to bear in mind as we try to assess the critiques of globalisation that have been recently aired in different forms.
Sinónimos
analysis, evaluation, assessment, appraisal, appreciation, review, write-up; criticism, critical essay, textual examination, commentary, study, treatise, discourse, exposition, disquisition, account, exegesis
British informal crit

verbo (critiques, critiquing, critiqued)

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Evaluate (a theory or practice) in a detailed and analytical way: the authors critique the methods and practices used in the research
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They spent a half day in small groups, critiquing the evolving theory and inventory of learning outcomes.
  • Many authors have evaluated and critiqued news Web sites and speculated about their future.
  • They argued, discussed, rendered discourses and critiqued each other's theories.

Origen

mid 17th century (as a noun): from French, based on Greek kritikē tekhnē 'critical art'.

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