Meaning of objectively in English:


Pronunciation /əbˈdʒɛktɪvli/

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  • 1In a way that is not influenced by personal feelings or opinions.

    ‘events should be reported objectively’
    • ‘the researchers are objectively assessing risk factors’
    • ‘They also should have someone available who can objectively evaluate any contracts.’
    • ‘They need enough information to objectively assess the change.’
    • ‘He is reporting objectively, just describing events.’
    • ‘She maintained that the role of director of the office was not to impose personal views but to objectively apply the law.’
    • ‘If we are to learn about our future, we must learn to look objectively at the past.’
    • ‘I wondered whether it would be possible for me to write objectively about the man who has been such a profound influence on my life.’
    • ‘It is difficult to review an exhibition objectively.’
    • ‘Out of all genres of music, it's perhaps the hardest to judge objectively.’
    • ‘It is difficult to write objectively about a man who was, for me, both icon and influence.’
    • ‘It is done reasonably objectively, with views from both sides explored.’
    1. 1.1In a way that is not dependent on the mind for existence; actually.
      ‘the physical world we think of as objectively true’
      • ‘One might say that the light is objectively beautiful, but the beauty of the light is a myth.’
      • ‘Christ was objectively present even to the wicked.’
      • ‘Problems only really arise when one insists that one's faith-based beliefs are objectively true, and others should believe them also.’
      • ‘Whether this is objectively true or not is irrelevant.’
      • ‘Buddhist teachings are thought to be objectively true and in accordance with the nature of things.’
      • ‘It indicates that we are not innocent people experiencing an objectively real external world.’
      • ‘The passage of time is something that is objectively real.’
      • ‘In actual perceptual experience, the object is objectively present in relation to the individual.’
      • ‘Nothing can be known by physics unless it objectively exists to be known.’
      • ‘Evil and good do objectively exist.’