Object - definition, pronunciation, transcription
the object of my affection
When asked to drive the truck, she objected that she did not have a driver's license
There were three objects in the box: a comb, a pen, and a button.
His object is to determine how much the business will cost to operate.
No one objected when the paintings were removed.
“We can't buy the chair,” he objected. “It won't fit in the car.”
I see an object in the distance.
Once famous, he was now a mere object of pity.
Their object is to investigate the matter thoroughly.
The decision was made with the object of cutting costs.
No one objected.
She objected that the accusation was based on hearsay.
They objected that the price was too high.
I think I'll have a smoke, if you don't object.
I object to being spoken to like that.
The object of the game is to improve children's math skills.
My object was to explain the decision simply.
present participle: objecting
past tense: objected
past participle: objected
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