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Wat (wie) is object - definitie

Object orientation; Objects; Oject; Object (disambiguation); Objecct; Event-driven object-orientation; Objects (disambiguation)

¦ noun '?bd??kt, -d??kt
1. a material thing that can be seen and touched.
Philosophy a thing external to the thinking mind or subject.
2. a person or thing to which an action or feeling is directed: she was the object of attention.
3. a goal or purpose.
4. Grammar a noun or noun phrase governed by an active transitive verb or by a preposition.
5. Computing a package of information containing both data and a description of its manipulation, that can perform specific tasks
¦ verb ?b'd??kt express disapproval or opposition.
no object not influencing or restricting choices or decisions: a tycoon for whom money is no object.
objectless adjective
objector noun
ME: from med. L. objectum 'thing presented to the mind', neut. past participle of L. obicere, from ob- 'in the way of' + jacere 'to throw'.
Thing, reality, particular, existence, fact, phenomenon, percept, thing perceived, external reality.
Mark, aim, target, butt; goal, end, destination; recipient, correlate, or complement (of a conscious subject).
End, aim, intent, intention, purpose, design, motive, use, view, drift, goal, final cause.
(Gram.) Regimen, complement.
Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English.
An object is anything that has a fixed shape or form, that you can touch or see, and that is not alive.
...an object the shape of a coconut...
In the cosy consulting room the children are surrounded by familiar objects.
The object of what someone is doing is their aim or purpose.
The object of the exercise is to raise money for the charity...
My object was to publish a scholarly work on Peter Mourne.
N-COUNT: usu with poss
The object of a particular feeling or reaction is the person or thing it is directed towards or that causes it.
The object of her hatred was 24-year-old model Ros French...
The object of great interest at the Temple was a large marble tower built in memory of Buddha...
N-COUNT: N of n
see also sex object
In grammar, the object of a verb or a preposition is the word or phrase which completes the structure begun by the verb or preposition.
If you object to something, you express your dislike or disapproval of it.
A lot of people will object to the book...
Cullen objected that his small staff would be unable to handle the added work...
We objected strongly but were outvoted...
'Hey, I don't know what you're talking about,' Russo objected.
VERB: V to n, V that, V, V with quote
If you say that money is no object or distance is no object, you are emphasizing that you are willing or able to spend as much money as necessary or travel whatever distance is required.
Hugh Johnson's shop in London has a range of superb Swedish crystal glasses that I would have if money were no object...
Although he was based in Wales, distance was no object.
PHRASE: V inflects [emphasis]



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Uitspraakvoorbeelden voor object
1. object.
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2. object,
3. object.
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4. object.
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5. First, focus object-- external object.
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Voorbeelden uit tekstcorpus voor object
1. This has the air of immovable object versus immovable object.
2. Object oriented means the student learns from an object.
3. As a result, things behind the object become visible while the object itself disappears from view.
4. "Not only is every object, as a whole, of the natural size, but also every portion of each object.
5. They don‘t object to boys, but they do object to girls," said Susan Helseth, an adviser for the U.N.