maqsad, obyektiv, intilishxolis, obyektiv, beg'araz
Noun(1) the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable(2) the lens or system of lenses in a telescope or microscope that is nearest the object being viewed
Adjective(1) undistorted by emotion or personal bias; based on observable phenomena(2) serving as or indicating the object of a verb or of certain prepositions and used for certain other purposes(3) emphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings or interpretation(4) belonging to immediate experience of actual things or events
(1) Laser power before entering the microscope objective was 120 W and the wavelength was 495 nm for all experiments shown.(2) The only positive aspect that has emerged from the meeting is the fact that more objective members have started questioning the sudden conversion of Zuma into a friend of the workers and the masses.(3) In the absence of an infallible and objective observer, judging competence from within a hierarchy is always likely to be a hit and miss affair.(4) Barely a day goes by without news of a terrorist incident, and speak to any objective observer and they will tell you that, for all the progress, big problems remain.(5) This contrasts with the common image of scientists being objective and impartial analysts who allow the empirical facts to speak for themselves.(6) Just to establish the ground rules, I know I am neither neutral nor the most objective observer on the subject I'm about to discuss in this space.(7) You posit an external, objective reality whose solidity allows an objective mind to perceive it fully and without cultural bias or observational tint.(8) Like after the statements have had their desired effect to sway opinion and to make subjective assertions become, in the public mind, objective fact.(9) Sometimes, we can overlook this fact and describe ourselves as objective scientists, but this understates the role of the economist in modern society.(10) To help us achieve our objective of scoring goals, we have brought in Prince Nkosi.(11) If one life is saved as a result of this campaign, we will achieve our objective .(12) One reason why these studies are so important for the false memory controversy is that an objective record of the actual events is available.(13) The psychological contract is an attempt by a worker to impose order and responsibility to a situation where that person may have little objective power.(14) This shaped beam profile is imaged through the telescope system onto the back focal plane of the microscope objective .(15) There is authentic meaning, a reason for existence that is objective and real, not invented.(16) Two prepositions should not govern one objective unless there is an immediate connection between them.
(1) learning objective :: o'quv maqsadi
1. impartial ::
2. factual ::
3. documentary ::
4. accusative ::
5. aim ::
6. object glass ::
7. target ::
Different Formsnonobjective, objective, objectively, objectiveness, objectives
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