object | engleski leksikon

1. object

pridev

Of, relating to, or being object code

object | engleski leksikon

2. object

imenica

Sinonimi: physical object

ETYM Latin objectus. Related to Object.
In grammar, the recipient of the action of the verb in a sentence. The object can be a noun, a pronoun, a noun phrase, or a noun clause. Transitive verbs take a direct object and with some verbs there may also be an indirect object.
1. A grammatical constituent that is acted upon.
2. A physical (tangible and visible) entity; SYN. physical object.
3. The focus of cognitions or feelings.

object | engleski leksikon

3. object

imenicaračunari

1. Short for object code (machine-readable code).
2. In object-oriented programming, a variable comprising both routines and data that is treated as a discrete entity. See also abstract data type, module (definition 1), object-oriented programming.
3. In graphics, a distinct entity. For example, a bouncing ball might be an object in a graphics program.
4. A single, runtime instance of object type that the operating system defines. Objects visible in user mode include event, file, I/O completion port, key, object directory, port, process, section, semaphore, symbolic link, thread, timer, and token objects. Many user-mode objects are implemented through the use of a corresponding kernel-mode object. Kernel-mode-only objects include adapter, APC, controller, device, device queue, DPC, driver, interrupt, mutex, and stream file objects.
An object is a software bundle of variables and related methods.

object | engleski leksikon

4. object

glagol

1. To oppose something firmly and usually with words or arguments
2. To feel distaste for something
3. To express or raise an objection or protest; express dissent
4, To put forth in opposition or as an objection

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