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ob·jec·ti·vize

 (əb-jĕk′tə-vīz′)
tr.v. ob·jec·ti·vized, ob·jec·ti·viz·ing, ob·jec·ti·viz·es
To make objective or impersonal; objectify.

ob·jec′ti·vi·za′tion (-vĭ-zā′shən) n.
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objectivize

(əbˈdʒɛktɪˌvaɪz) or

objectivise

vb (tr)
to cause to be objective
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