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ob·jec·tive

 (əb-jĕk′tĭv)
adj.
1.
a. Existing independent of or external to the mind; actual or real: objective reality.
b. Based on observable phenomena; empirical: objective facts.
2. Uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices: an objective critic. See Synonyms at fair1.
3. Medicine Relating to or being an indicator of disease, such as a physical sign, laboratory test, or x-ray that can be observed or verified by someone other than the person being evaluated.
4. Grammar
a. Of, relating to, or being the case of a noun or pronoun that serves as the object of a verb.
b. Of or relating to a noun or pronoun used in this case.
n.
1. Something worked toward or striven for; a goal. See Synonyms at intention.
2. A thing or group of things existing independent of the mind.
3. Grammar
a. The objective case.
b. A noun or pronoun in the objective case.
4. The primary optical element, such as a lens or mirror, in a microscope, camera, telescope, or other optical instrument, that first receives light rays from the object and forms the image. Also called object glass, objective lens, object lens.

ob·jec′tive·ly adv.
ob·jec′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.objectively - with objectivity; "we must look at the facts objectively"
subjectively - in a subjective way; "you cannot look at these facts subjectively"

objectively

adverb impartially, neutrally, fairly, justly, without prejudice, dispassionately, with an open mind, equitably, without fear or favour, even-handedly, without bias, disinterestedly, with objectivity or impartiality Try to view the situation more objectively.
Translations
بِصورَةٍ مَوضوعِيَّه
tárgyilagosan
á hlutlægan hátt
nepristransko
objektif/tarafsız olarak

objectively

[əbˈdʒektɪvlɪ] ADV
1. (= impartially) → objetivamente, de manera objetiva
stand back and look objectively at the problemdistánciate y estudia el problema objetivamente or de manera objetiva
objectively, such criticism is hardly fairobjetivamente or desde un punto de vista objetivo, críticas semejantes no son lo que se dice justas
2. (= actually) → realmente
whether this was objectively true or not, I felt it wastanto si esto era realmente verdad como si no, yo creí que lo era

objectively

[əbˈdʒɛktɪvli] adv
[consider, view, evaluate] → objectivement
[report, inform] → objectivement

objectively

adv
(= unemotionally)objektiv, sachlich
(= in real life etc)tatsächlich, wirklich

objectively

[əbˈdʒɛktɪvlɪ] adv (see adj) → obiettivamente, oggettivamente

objective

(əbˈdʒektiv) noun
a thing aimed at. Our objective is freedom.
adjective
not influenced by personal opinions etc. He tried to take an objective view of the situation.
obˈjectively adverb
He considered the problem objectively.
References in classic literature ?
It is true, however, that though to accept an "opening" in an American mercantile house might be a bold, original, and in its consequences extremely agreeable thing to do, he did not quite see himself objectively doing it.
New York seemed much farther off than Samarkand, and if they were indeed to help each other she was rendering what might prove the first of their mutual services by making him look at his native city objectively.
The impulse that moves me and the doing of the thing seem simultaneous; for if my mind goes through the tedious formality of reasoning, it must be a subconscious act of which I am not objectively aware.
It judges objectively, but the objective doesn't concern the artist.
I am scarcely objectively aware that I think when I fight, so quickly does my point take advantage of every opening, or spring to my defense if I am threatened that it is almost as though the cold steel had eyes and brains.
Most assuredly," replied Gahan, "but not to the extent of occupying all our time--at least not objectively.
Realism, in the broad sense, means simply the presentation of the actual, depicting life as one sees it, objectively, without such selection as aims deliberately to emphasize some particular aspects, such as the pleasant or attractive ones.
Our impulses are not patent to a casual observation, but are only to be discovered by a scientific study of our actions, in the course of which we must regard ourselves as objectively as we should the motions of the planets or the chemical reactions of a new element.
Emerge's functional EMG technology is a game-changing diagnostic evaluation that can objectively determine pre-injury condition of a soft tissue and whether there is a change in condition after a reported injury," said Robert Thompson, CEO of Emerge Diagnostics.
Supreme Court, and with it, a new case exploring what could be a significant decision when it comes to directors and officers making objectively or subjectively false statements.
Wynne is now utilizing Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis to objectively document the severity of his patients' ligament injuries.
If your employer requires you to retire at a certain age, for example, 65, your employer must be able to objectively justify this retirement age whatever it is.