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     ( objects    plural & 3rd person present)   ( objecting    present participle)   ( objected    past tense & past participle  )
The noun is pronounced ɒbdʒɪkt. The verb is pronounced əbdʒekt.     
1       n-count   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.     
2       n-count   The object of what someone is doing is their aim or purpose.  
usu with poss  
The object of the exercise is to raise money for the charity..., My object was to publish a scholarly work on Peter Mourne.     
3       n-count   The object of a particular feeling or reaction is the person or thing it is directed towards or that causes it.  
N of n  
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...     
    sex object  
4       n-count   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.  
    direct object  
    indirect object  
5       verb   If you object to something, you express your dislike or disapproval of it.  
A lot of people will object to the book...      V to n  
Cullen objected that his small staff would be unable to handle the added work...      V that  
We objected strongly but were outvoted...      V  
`Hey, I don't know what you're talking about,' Russo objected.      V with quote  
6    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.  
money is no object      phrase   V inflects     (emphasis)    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.     

direct object        ( direct objects    plural  ) In grammar, the direct object of a transitive verb is the noun group which refers to someone or something directly affected by or involved in the action performed by the subject. For example, in `I saw him yesterday', `him' is the direct object. Compare indirect object.      n-count   (=object)  
indirect object        ( indirect objects    plural  ) An indirect object is an object which is used with a transitive verb to indicate who benefits from an action or gets something as a result. For example, in `She gave him her address', `him' is the indirect object. Compare direct object.      n-count  
object lesson        ( object lessons    plural  ) If you describe an action, event, or situation as an object lesson, you think that it demonstrates the correct way to do something, or that it demonstrates the truth of a particular principle.      n-count   oft N on/in n   (=example)  
It was an object lesson in how to use television as a means of persuasion.     
In computing, object-oriented programming involves dealing with code and data in blocks so that it is easier to change or do things with.      adj   usu ADJ n  
...object-oriented software.     
sex object        ( sex objects    plural  ) If someone is described as a sex object, he or she is considered only in terms of their physical attractiveness and not their character or abilities.      n-count  
He cared for her as a whole person rather than just a sex object.     
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a virtual component in cyberspace which may be in any form and may execute any function, solely or partially.
1. [person] dishonest or suspect 2. [object] unreliable
[US] [informal] Ex1: I think his sources are hinky and I'll have to look into them. Ex2: Your brakes are a little hinky and you should get them replaced
make or repair an object in an improvised and inventive way making use of whatever items are at hand
chiefly[US];[Fam.] Ex.: You have no idea how many things I've MacGyvered using just duct tape or a simple paper clip.
to use something (an object or a substance) in a new way: not the same as "recycle"
can sometimes be translated as "détourner"
To position ones self, or an object like your rusty old car, in a place that is not only open and clearly visible to all, it is unavoidably in just about everyone's way.
[Slang] "You can't miss him, he's over there, parked in his POS Volvo, smack dab in the middle of the road!" source : Urban Dictionary
(in an auction, negotiation or other business competition) the situation in which the winning party has overrated the pursued object
act of covering an object, such as a tree, house, or another structure with toilet paper
Syn.: TP'ing
A virtual space created electronically exclusively occupant by cyber objects.
Cyber-surveillance is an electronic system for the surveillance of online activities, objects or processes that are operated from and on the Internet.
[Tech.];[Leg.] Cyber-surveillance is an electronic system for the surveillance of online activities
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