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  1. object

    • n.
      a material thing that can be seen and touched;a thing external to the thinking mind or subject.
    • v.
      say something to express one's disapproval of or disagreement with something;adduce as a reason against something
    • noun: object, plural noun: objects

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    • 1. say something to express one's disapproval of or disagreement with something residents object to the volume of traffic the boy's father objected that the police had arrested him unlawfully
    • adduce as a reason against something Bryant objects this very circumstance to the authenticity of the Iliad
    • n.
      a language described by means of another language.

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    • n.
      a direct object that has the same linguistic derivation as the verb that governs it, as in ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a direct object that has the same linguistic derivation as the verb which governs it, as in ...

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    • n.
      a language described by means of another language.

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    • n.
      the world external to the self, apprehended through the objects in it.

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    • n.
      code produced by a compiler or assembler.

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    • n.
      a person or thing external to the ego chosen as a focus of desire or sexual activity.

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    • n.
      a striking practical example of a principle or ideal: they responded to daily emergencies in a way that was an object lesson to us all

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    • n.
      a material thing that can be seen and touched: he was dragging a large object small objects such as shells
    • v.
      say something to express one's opposition to or disagreement with something: residents object to the volume of traffic the boy's father objected that the police had arrested him unlawfully

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