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English - Etymology

Borrowing from Latin _aspectus_ (“look, sight; appearance”), from _aspiciō_ (“see; catch sight of; inspect”), from _ad-_ (“to, towards, at”) + _speciō_ (“look, look at, behold; observe”).

Borrowing from Latin aspectus (look, sight; appearance), from aspiciō (see; catch sight of; inspect), from ad- (to, towards, at) + speciō (look, look at, behold; observe).

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* IPA(key): /ˈæspɛkt/ * Hyphenation: as‧pect

  • IPA(key): /ˈæspɛkt/
  • Hyphenation: as‧pect

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English - Noun

ASPECT (_plural_ ASPECTS) * Any specific feature, part, or element of something. * The way something appears when viewed from a certain direction or perspective. * The way something appears when considered from a certain point of view. * A phase or a partial, but significant view or description of something * One's appearance or expression. [from 16th c.] * (Can we date this quote?) John Dryden serious in ASPECT * 2009, Hilary Mantel, _Wolf Hall_, Fourth Estate 2010, p. 145: It is Stephen Gardiner, black and scowling, his ASPECT in no way improved by his trip to Rome. * Position or situation with regard to seeing; that position which enables one to look in a particular direction; position in relation to the points of the compass. _The house has a southern ASPECT, i.e. a position which faces the south._ * Prospect; outlook. * (Can we date this quote?) John Evelyn This town affords a good ASPECT toward the hill from whence we descended. * (grammar) A grammatical quality of a verb which determines the relationship of the speaker to the internal temporal flow of the event the verb describes, or whether the speaker views the event from outside as a whole, or from within as it is unfolding. [from 19th c.] * (astrology) The relative position of heavenly bodies as they appear to an observer on earth; the angular relationship between points in a horoscope. [from 14th c.] (Can we find and add a quotation of Milton to this entry?) * (obsolete) The act of looking at something; gaze. [14th-19th c.] * (Can we date this quote?) Sir Francis Bacon The basilisk killeth by ASPECT. * (Can we date this quote?) Sir Walter Scott His ASPECT was bent on the ground. * (obsolete) Appearance to the eye or the mind; look; view. * (Can we date this quote?) Thomas Burnet the true ASPECT of a world lying in its rubbish * (Can we date this quote?) Thomas Macaulay the ASPECT of affairs * (computing, programming) In aspect-oriented programming, a feature or component that can be applied to parts of a program independent of any inheritance hierarchy. SYNONYMS * (visual expression): blee, appearance, look HYPONYMS Wikipedia * (grammar): aorist aspect, iterative aspect, perfective aspect, imperfective aspect, semelfactive aspect, progressive aspect, perfect aspect DERIVED TERMS * aspect ratio * aspectual TRANSLATIONS

aspect (plural aspects)

  1. Any specific feature, part, or element of something.
  2. The way something appears when viewed from a certain direction or perspective.
  3. The way something appears when considered from a certain point of view.
  4. A phase or a partial, but significant view or description of something
  5. One's appearance or expression. [from 16th c.]
  6. Position or situation with regard to seeing; that position which enables one to look in a particular direction; position in relation to the points of the compass.
    The house has a southern aspect, i.e. a position which faces the south.
  7. Prospect; outlook.
  8. (grammar) A grammatical quality of a verb which determines the relationship of the speaker to the internal temporal flow of the event the verb describes, or whether the speaker views the event from outside as a whole, or from within as it is unfolding. [from 19th c.]
  9. (astrology) The relative position of heavenly bodies as they appear to an observer on earth; the angular relationship between points in a horoscope. [from 14th c.]
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Milton to this entry?)
  10. (obsolete) The act of looking at something; gaze. [14th-19th c.]
  11. (obsolete) Appearance to the eye or the mind; look; view.
  12. (computing, programming) In aspect-oriented programming, a feature or component that can be applied to parts of a program independent of any inheritance hierarchy.

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Que a categoria em DUTCH - ETYMOLOGY
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Dutch - Etymology

Borrowing from Latin _aspectus_.

Borrowing from Latin aspectus.

Que a categoria em DUTCH - PRONUNCIATION
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Dutch - Pronunciation

* Hyphenation: as‧pect

  • Hyphenation: as‧pect

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ASPECT

aspect

Que a categoria em FRENCH - ETYMOLOGY
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French - Etymology

From Latin _aspectus_.

From Latin aspectus.

Que a categoria em FRENCH - PRONUNCIATION
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French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /aspɛ/ * Rhymes: -ɛ * Homophone: aspects

  • IPA(key): /aspɛ/
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  • Homophone: aspects

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ASPECT

aspect

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* “aspect” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).


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