object

Pronunciation:  US [ɑbˈdʒekt] UK [əb'dʒekt]
  • n.Target object, purpose;
  • v.Oppose do not agree; disagree; proposed ... As a reason to oppose
  • WebObject; objects; objects
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a noun, pronoun, or phrase that is affected in a direct way by the action of a verb, for example  the report” in  I’ ve read the report”; a noun, pronoun, or phrase that is affected in an indirect way by the action of a verb, for example  me” in  Give me the pen”; a noun, pronoun, or phrase that comes after a preposition, for example  the bed” in  He was lying on the bed” 
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