Among the critics are those who think that the objective set for the European Central Bank is not appropriate.
There is no objective measure of a word's badness. It all comes down to context.
The French Revolution not only had as its objective to change an old government, but also to abolish the old form of society.
My sister didn't own up to breaking the lamp, instead she made up some story about aliens coming to Earth with the objective of destroying every piece of yellow furniture.
Every experiment required a protected environment and an entirely objective frame of mind.
It's difficult to give an objective definition of terrorism, as it is practically different in every country.
Earning our customers confidence and respect is this firm's objective.
If you consider the objective of hibernation, I think it's the response of animals trying to somehow survive the winter season with its lack of food.
'That' has only the two cases, nominative and objective, and it does not inflect depending on the case.
There may be microscopes involved, bringing us ever closer to the heart of the matter; but even microbiology is objective, adding to knowledge by putting space between an object and its observer.
The objective of the internship was to design, conduct and analise the results of a makret study to identify customer need for a range of electronic gearboxes for industrial conveyor belts.
campaigning = working in an organised and active way to achieve an objective
First, let's focus on a general objective. This meeting's objective is to choose a leader. The definition of an objective is a goal or something to aim for. An example of objective is a list of things to accomplish during a meeting.
As part of a survey to determine their strengths and weaknesses, the students were asked to make a list of their objectives.
English word "obiektywny"(objective) occurs in sets:The Language of the Law of Tort (UNIT 5)matura masters upper-intermediate unit 2Matura Masters Intermediate Unit 9 słówkaprogrammes TV/ the news/ challengeSŁOWNICTWO 4 (KWIECIEŃ - MAJ 2011)