Definición de objective en inglés:

objective

Silabificación: ob·jec·tive
Pronunciación: /əbˈjektiv
 
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adjetivo

  • 2 [attributive] Grammar Of, relating to, or denoting a case of nouns and pronouns used as the object of a transitive verb or a preposition.
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    • Two prepositions should not govern one objective unless there is an immediate connection between them.

sustantivo

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  • 2 (the objective) Grammar The objective case.
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    • The root with the added o is the nominative, the objective adds an n after the o.
    • The objective normally begins with a simple conventional declarative sentence known as the "kernel" which is then transformed into a complex structure to satisfy the objective by adding or rearranging transformational sentence components.
  • 3 (also objective lens) The lens in a telescope or microscope nearest to the object observed.
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    • This shaped beam profile is imaged through the telescope system onto the back focal plane of the microscope objective.
    • He had introduced a field lens, a third lens between the objective lens and the eye-piece, which served to increase the field of view.
    • Laser power before entering the microscope objective was 120 W and the wavelength was 495 nm for all experiments shown.

Derivativos

objectively

adverbio
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  • The Tribunal accepts that it was fairly and objectively carried out.
  • It is difficult to think creatively and be able to consider someone else's point of view objectively.
  • If you were to look at it objectively and study the game beforehand, player for player, you'd have said we've no chance.
Sinónimos

objectiveness

sustantivo
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  • It seems to me that, although the point he makes about the objectiveness of the academic approach to training, I think there are many points he makes that are wise.
  • They were also selected because I know a little about their lives, and therefore can make better judgements on the objectiveness of their interviews.
  • Much like respect, the qualities of impartiality and objectiveness must be earned rather than demanded.

objectivization

Pronunciación: /əbˌjektəviˈzāSHən/
sustantivo
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  • I'm concerned about a nonhuman objectivisation taking place where what's in my house is determined not by my use, but how the things were manufactured and named.
  • Contrary to Habermas, we should take the objectivisation of the genome fully on board.
  • So with the objectivization of law, the extracting of it from any natural, religious or even societally relevant background, law can become an object of major change and creation.

objectivize

verbo
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  • While the former cannot be thematized and must remain an ever receding background, the latter can be thematized and objectivised partially.
  • This tendency leads to an ‘objectivizing’ or an absolutizing of the language and the cultural elements through which the truth was given expression.
  • For we risk objectivizing what is essentially an internal set of experiences and excluding the necessary presence of the experiencer.

Origen

early 17th century: from medieval Latin objectivus, from objectum (see object).

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