- adj. 客观的；目标的；宾格的
- n. 目的；目标；[光] 物镜；宾格
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- objective (adj.)
- 1610s, originally in the philosophical sense of "considered in relation to its object" (opposite of subjective), formed on pattern of Medieval Latin objectivus, from objectum "object" (see object (n.)) + -ive. Meaning "impersonal, unbiased" is first found 1855, influenced by German objektiv. Related: Objectively.
- objective (n.)
- 1738, "something objective to the mind," from objective (adj.). Meaning "goal, aim" (1881) is from military term objective point (1852), reflecting a sense evolution in French.
- 1. I believe that a journalist should be completely objective.
- 2. His objective was to kill the space station project altogether.
- 3. Plainly, a more objective method of description must be adopted.
- 4. Ackroyd worked out this whole plot with one objective in view.
- 5. Postmodernists say there is no objective truth. Why should anyone believe them?
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