English - Vietnamese Dictionary
objective /ɔb'dʤektiv/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- khách quan
- objective opinion: ý kiến khách quan
- objective existence: sự tồn tại khách quan
- (thuộc) mục tiêu
- objective point: (quân sự) điểm mục tiêu, điểm tiến quân
- (ngôn ngữ học) (thuộc) cách mục tiêu
- danh từ
- (ngôn ngữ học) cách mục đích
+the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)
+the lens or system of lenses in a telescope or microscope that is nearest the object being viewed
+undistorted by emotion or personal bias; based on observable phenomena
+serving as or indicating the object of a verb or of certain prepositions and used for certain other purposes
+emphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings, insertion of fictional matter, or interpretation
+belonging to immediate experience of actual things or events
Advanced English Dictionary
1 fair, impartial, just, judicious, equitable, neutral, disinterested, dispassionate, open-handed, open-minded, detached, unbiased, unprejudiced, unbigoted, even-handed, uncoloured, unjaundiced:
How can you be objective about the guilt or innocence of your own child?
2 target, goal, object, aim, purpose, end (in view), intent, intention, design, aspiration, ambition, hope:
If we capture the flag, we shall have gained our objective. My objective is to win the pentathlon.
noun, adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 something that you are trying to achieve: the main / primary / principal objective + to meet / achieve your objectives + You must set realistic aims and objectives for yourself. + The main objective of this meeting is to give more information on our plans.
2 (also objective lens) (technical) the LENS in a TELESCOPE or MICROSCOPE that is nearest to the object being looked at
1 not influenced by personal feelings or opinions; considering only facts: an objective analysis / assessment / report + objective criteria + I find it difficult to be objective where he's concerned. + These figures give a reliable and objective indicator of changing trends in people's lifestyles.
2 (philosophy) existing outside the mind; based on facts that can be proved: objective reality
objectively adverb: Looked at objectively, the situation is not too bad. + Can these effects be objectively measured? + I was too upset to see things objectively.
objectivity noun [U]: There was a lack of objectivity in the way the candidates were judged. + scientific objectivity
key, main, major, primary, prime, principal | broad, overall, overriding, ultimate | limited, narrow | long-term, short-term | clear, specific | stated
The legislation has failed to achieve its stated objectives.
The two groups are pursuing a common objective.
| economic, educational, environmental, military, political, strategic | business, policy
VERB + OBJECTIVE
accomplish, achieve, attain, fulfil, meet, reach, succeed in
The department needs more money to fulfil its objectives.
| fail in | agree, define, establish, formulate, identify, set, specify
We need to establish a clear objective.
| declare, state | clarify | promote, pursue
in an/the ~
The party is radical in its objectives.
| ~ of
We succeeded in our prime objective of cutting costs. adj
be, seem | remain
truly, very | completely, purely, totally, wholly
It is impossible to be completely objective.
| fairly, quite, reasonably | apparently | supposedly
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