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Hyphenation ob ject ob ject
Pronunciations /ˈɒb.d͡ʒɛkt/

Definitions and meanings of "Object"

What do we mean by object?

Something perceptible by one or more of the senses, especially by vision or touch; a material thing. noun

A focus of attention, feeling, thought, or action. noun

A limiting factor that must be considered. noun

The purpose, aim, or goal of a specific action or effort: synonym: intention. noun

A noun, pronoun, or noun phrase that receives or is affected by the action of a verb within a sentence. noun

A noun or substantive governed by a preposition and typically following it. noun

Something intelligible or perceptible by the mind. noun

A discrete item than can be selected and maneuvered, such as an onscreen graphic. noun

In object-oriented programming, a structure that combines data and the procedures necessary to operate on that data. noun

To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection. intransitive verb

To be averse to or express disapproval of something. intransitive verb

To put forward in or as a reason for opposition; offer as criticism. intransitive verb

To throw or place in the way; oppose; interpose.

To throw or place before the view; set clearly in view; present; expose.

To bring forward as a ground of opposition, of doubt, of criticism, of reproach, etc.; state or urge against or in opposition to something; state as an objection: frequently with to or against.

To offer or make opposition in words or arguments; offer reasons against a proposed action or form of statement.

Plainly presented to the senses or the mind; in view; conspicuous.

A thing that has physical existence.

Objective; the goal, end or purpose of something.

(grammar) The noun phrase which is an internal complement of a verb phrase or a prepositional phrase. In a verb phrase with a transitive action verb, it is typically the receiver of the action.

A person or thing toward which an emotion is directed.

An instantiation of a class or structure.

An element within a category upon which functions operate. Thus, a category consists of a set of element objects and the functions that operate on them.

Sight; show; appearance; aspect.

A stupid person. their intelligence is the same as other objects such as chairs, lamposts etc. similar to tool or weapon in some areas. Urban Dictionary

An object is an item that can be interacted, for example a coffee mug. You can interact with it by filling it with consumable liquid and drink what’s in it. NOT a word to insult a woman/girl with. Urban Dictionary

Definition of Object: That which holds shape. Explanation: That which holds shape is thus seen or felt, otherwise we would not know "it" had shape, and in turn, to hold shape and be experienced or detected, a minimum volume and density of mass are needed. Shape can be naturally formed, or shape can be given to form an object, which is then usually named. Urban Dictionary

A object is matter that doesnt move Urban Dictionary

A word often used in the Ace Attorney series when one objects to something. It is usually accompanied with desk-slamming and epic background music. Urban Dictionary

Phoenix Wright's bold statement whenever he believes a witness to be lying their pants off. Urban Dictionary

Thing that funny lawyer man says in funny anime court game Urban Dictionary

'This evidence clearly reveals the contradiction in that statement, Your Honor!' Urban Dictionary

Not found on urbandictionary.com Urban Dictionary

An opinion or perception based solely on factual or conditional information, untainted and without distortion by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudices. All bets are off when it comes to your subjective opinion, there are no rules and restriction. This perception of possibly the same situation, etc. is likely formed by experiences, cultural influences, and possibly even prejudicial beliefs. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Object

The word "object" in example sentences

_Book_, naming the thing acted upon, they call the _direct_ object; and _me_, naming the person toward whom the act is directed, they call the +indirect+, or _dative_, +object+. ❋ Brainerd Kellogg (N/A)

By the latter process they put _themselves_ on the outside of an object -- in fact, they surround it; by the former, they put the _object_ outside by allowing it to escape through their bodies. ❋ James Weir (1881)

She suspects the object of his visit; more than that, she knows it: _she is herself its object_. ❋ Mayne Reid (1850)

But this only proves that while thousands and tens of thousands of their fellow beings spent their lives in insignificance, for want of a definite object to live for, these men, having an _object_ before them, _accomplished_ something. ❋ William A. Alcott (1824)

This is what $object method ... syntax supports quite well, as it allows the object to decide how to interpret the message depending on its type. ❋ Cduret (2010)

-- Create a SQL Server object EXEC @hr = sp_OACreate 'SQLDMO. SQLServer', @object OUT ❋ Unknown (2010)

For best performance, all objects that are called within the same stored procedure should all be owned by the same object owner or schema, preferably dbo, and should also be referred to in the format of object_owner. object_name or schema_owner. object_ name. ❋ Gaurav Dudeja India (2009)

* Put object in queue function put ($object, $scope) $this - > data [$object] [ 'data'] [] = $scope; ❋ Unknown (2009)

* Init a queue object function init ($object, $package_size) $this - > data [$object] = array (); ❋ Unknown (2009)

In Cat Rambo's "The Bumblety's Marble", a girl received the title object fortuitously, and then meets a mysterious boy from the underworld, who desperately wants it back -- the lives of the two children are quite sharply limned in a short space. ❋ Catrambo (2008)

The title object is an animal that has very unique properties that can be used in the protagonist's chosen profession. ❋ Blue Tyson (2007)

The main object is to create a huge army of migrant labourers, domiciled in rural locations in the reserves far away from the cities. ❋ Unknown (1959)

The main, cardinal element of democracy, and its main object, is the greatest good to the greatest number. ❋ Unknown (1917)

The term object oriented is abbreviated by OO or O-O ❋ Unknown (2009)

If I wasn't planning to manipulate the label object in any way in the code behind, there was no need to create a control of this type. ❋ Shereen Qumsieh (2009)

He's published several hundred articles on software engineering, including ones from the early 1980s that originated the term object-oriented design and its practice. ❋ Unknown (2009)

There are few singers who could evoke the kind of divine desperation that Levi Stubbs brought to the work of the Four Tops during the 1960s and 70s, be it the frantic pacing his voice implied as he searched through Seven Rooms of Gloom or the moment after the musical hiatus in Bernadette when he vocally clawed back the title object of his desire. ❋ Unknown (2008)

you are such a [fuckin] object [mate], [sort] ya life out. ❋ Dingalingking (2010)

Person #1: Hey dude, pass me a random object. Person #2 [passes] then a [coffee mug]. [NOT a woman]/girl. ❋ (2020)

"[Nature] does not require an object, yet to [perform] [physics], we do". ❋ Mr. Lay Mandeep. (2016)

person one: your a objectperson two you LITTLE- person two 1 [hr] later: [real men] dont [rape] ❋ Woffleboi (2021)

Player: "Hmm.. I dunno... maybe it's this one?" *Present* Phoenix: "[OBJECTION]!" *[Cross-examination] music stops playing* Player: "[YESSS]! I CHOSE THE RIGHT PIECE OF EVIDENCE!" ❋ Saranghae141 (2011)

Girlfriend: "But honey, I never cheated on you with Billy!" Boyfriend: "[OBJECTION]! That [sticky] [white stuff] on your shoes clearly contradicts your statement." ❋ Phoenix Wright (2006)

"objection!... i object... that was objectionable" "objection! [the statue] of limitations on this [trial] [ends] today!" ❋ Yummycoke (2020)

(That's one 'OBJECTION!' [too many]! [Lost] one [Exclamation Point]!) ❋ ANONYMOUS DELIVERS (2007)

it is [hard] to [find] [definitions] that employ the use of objectivity!! ❋ Pantz (2003)

[The daily] paper strives to report an objective, [unbiased] view of events. Where as in the opinion section the [authors] can use their opinions and biases to present the same events. ❋ Mehran Moghtader (2006)

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