Definición de subjective en inglés:

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subjective

Pronunciación: /səbˈdʒɛktɪv/

adjetivo

1Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions: his views are highly subjective there is always the danger of making a subjective judgement Contrasted with objective.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Even the Cabinet Office's own research shows that this is discriminatory, because it is based on subjective judgements carried out by managers.
  • Best is a subjective judgement, my taste against yours.
  • Where this minimum lies, however, is based on management's subjective judgment.
Sinónimos
personal, personalized, individual, internal, emotional, instinctive, intuitive, impressionistic;
biased, prejudiced, bigoted, idiosyncratic, irrational
informal gut, gut reaction
1.1Dependent on the mind or on an individual’s perception for its existence.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Things are even more difficult when probabilities are subjective and individual beliefs may differ.
  • Consciousness is commensurate with being; all existence has a subjective aspect.
  • How do physical processes in the brain give rise to the subjective life the conscious mind?
2 Grammar Relating to or denoting a case of nouns and pronouns used for the subject of a sentence.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The genitive would function syntactically as subjective genitive with the transactional term o-pa.

sustantivo

(the subjective) Grammar
The subjective case.

Derivados

subjectiveness

Pronunciación: /səbˈdʒɛktɪvnəs/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The subjectiveness of the thinking, as of the satisfaction, is obviously deliberate.
  • They spend a lot of time trying to correlate it to real-world safety; but we are a little concerned with the subjectiveness of that evaluation procedure.
  • Hamsun has often been described as the father of the modern school of literature in every respect - ‘his subjectiveness, his fragmentariness, his use of flashback, his lyricism.’

Origen

Late Middle English (originally in the sense 'characteristic of a political subject, submissive'): from Latin subjectivus, from subject- 'brought under' (see subject).

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