object englannista suomeksi
A (l) that has (l) (l).
(l); the (l), (l) or (l) of something.
2000, Phyllis Barkas Goldman & John Grigni, ''Monkeyshines on Ancient Cultures''
- The object of tlachtli was to keep the rubber ball from touching the ground while trying to push it to the opponent's endline.
(senseid) The (l) which is an internal (l) of a (l) or a (l). In a verb phrase with a (l) action verb, it is typically the receiver of the action.
A person or thing toward which an emotion is directed.
''Mary Jane had been the object of Peter's affection for years.''
''The convertible, once the object of his desire, was now the object of his hatred.''
''Where's your object of ridicule now?''
An (l) of a (l) or (l).
An (l) within a (l) upon which (l) operate. Thus, a category consists of a set of element objects and the functions that operate on them.
Sight; show; appearance; aspect.
c. 1610s, (w), ''Batrachomyomachia''
- He, advancing close / Up to the lake, past all the rest, arose / In glorious object.
''I object to the proposal to build a new airport terminal.''
To offer in opposition as a criminal charge or by way of accusation or reproach; to adduce as an objection or adverse reason.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
- He 'gan to him object his heinous Crime,
- There are others who will object the poverty of the nation.
- The book (..) giveth liberty to object any crime against such as are to be ordered.
To set before or against; to bring into opposition; to oppose.
early 17th century, (w), ''Godfrey of Bulloigne: or The recovery of Jerusalem.''
- Of less account some knight thereto object, / Whose loss so great and harmful can not prove.
c. 1678, (w), a sermon
- some strong impediment or other objecting itself