Why is successful is a subjective term
Part of speech: adjectiveIncreases:
- positive subjective, Comparative more subjective, Superlative most subjective
- sub | jek | tiv, comparative: sub | jek | ti | ver, superlative: am sub | jek | tivs | th
- IPA: [zʊpjɛkˈtiːf], comparative: [zʊpjɛkˈtiːvɐ], superlative: [zʊpjɛkˈtiːfstən], [zʊpjɛkˈtiːfstn̩]
- 1) determined by personal feelings, opinions or prejudices; influenced, irrelevant; in relation to the perspective of a subject
- 1) influenced, partisan, unjust, unfair, unobjective
- 1) neutral, sober, objective, non-partisan, factual, uninfluenced, impartial
- 1) The jury rated the case very highly subjective and irrelevant.
- 1) subjective assessment, subjective assessment, subjective criticism
- intersubjective, intersubjectivity, subjectivism, subjectivity
- English: subjective
- French: subjectif
- Japanese: 主 観 的 な (し ゅ か ん て き な, shukanteki na)
- Kurdish: subjective
- Czech: subjectivní
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Noise as subjective situational perception is a challenge for science and politics, explained the urban planner Peter Payer at a noise quete in Innsbruck.“
ORF, November 16, 2018
„Quaint pubs across the Grazer-Grätzl show the city from a different perspective. The Kleine Zeitung has - quite subjective - picked out the ten best restaurants.“
Kleine Zeitung, May 11, 2019
„US researchers have investigated whether chronic back pain responds to morning light therapy. In their pilot study they found evidence that the light subjective could relieve perceived pain.“
Doctors newspaper, October 16, 2018
„The administrative court in Trier has removed a police officer from the service, which the court considered as proven that he was subjective identified with the 'Reich Citizen Spectrum'.“
Gratis-urteile.de, August 29, 2018
„A good coffee is natural subjective and depends on many factors, but you can quickly tell which machine delivers the best quality in terms of taste.“
CHIP Online, November 21, 2018
„Long before the hit Netflix series 'Unorthodox', the film told 'Long is the Way' out subjective Jewish perspective.“
sueddeutsche.de, April 20, 2020
„The value of things is subjective and mostly less than you think. In fact, when you part with things, you gain something. Our columnist Frank Patalong tried it out.“
Spiegel Online, August 4th, 2020
„Acer's Helios Predator 700 convinced us in the test subjective with an extraordinary design and objective with high gaming performance. On the other hand, the laptop is extremely heavy and not very mobile, but it also holds a high-performance secret.“
CHIP, March 17, 2020
„Purely subjective has changed little in the last 10 years. You should have already noticed that I have my doubts as to whether the quality is good (I don't think that everything is bad!).“
Wissenschaft.de, November 05, 2019
„You are allowed to go into the matter subjective approach. Nevertheless, new music was once considered an ideological battle term.“
dradio.de, May 17, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Grammar / Declinations
Inflection subjective - The declension of the adjective subjective
|Masculine||the subjective||of the subjective||the subjective||the subjective|
|Feminine||the subjective||the subjective||the subjective||the subjective|
|neuter||the subjective||of the subjective||the subjective||the subjective|
|Plural||the subjective||the subjective||the subjective||the subjective|
|Masculine||a subjective one||a subjective one||a subjective||a subjective one|
|Feminine||a subjective||a subjective one||a subjective one||a subjective|
|neuter||a subjective one||a subjective one||a subjective||a subjective one|
|Feminine||subjective||more subjective||more subjective||subjective|
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- one-sided: biased in point of view, opinion or course of action; no increase coming from one direction
- not objective
- partisan: set unilaterally for a person or group
- personally: mostly attributive: coming from a person (directly); mostly as an adverb, attributive, no increase: in person; only concerning oneself, not intended for strangers; mostly attributive: characterizing a particular characteristic of someone; mostly attributive; often related to criticism: related to someone directly, and not to a thing or content
- unbalanced: imbalanced; lacking balance between two or more things, aspects
- unobjective: deviating from the purely factual, influenced by feelings
Another word (synonym) for subjective - source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary that contain "subjective":
normal: without increase: according to existing norms (social, scientific, medical, subjectively experienced) 2) over longer periods of time similar to events 3) without increase: at right angles / orthogonal (mathematics) origin of the term: lat
self-conscious: partial, partial, subjective, biased 2) anxious, excited, anxious, apprehensive, apprehensive, shy, insecure, frightened, frightened, intimidated, timid Examples of use: 1) The judge was excluded from further proceedings as biased
criticism: ... Assessment of a product or work 2) in contrast to 1) an unprofessional, sometimes subjective assessment 3) criticism is often also exclusively as negative ...
lens: influenced, partial, subjective, unjust, unfair, unobjective Examples of use: 1) The jury evaluates the participants very objectively
feeling:… IPA: [gəˈfyːl], plural: [gəˈfyːlə] Word meaning / definition: 1) Neurology: the subjective experience of arousal and brain chemical activity 2) Mood, well-being ...
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subjective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ve Grammatical features: nominative singular ...
subjective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | vem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
subjective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ven Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more subjective (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ver Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [zʊpjɛkˈtiːvɐ]…
more subjective (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ve | re Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
more subjective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ve | rem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more subjective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ve | ren Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more subjective (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ve | rer Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
more subjective (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ve | res Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
subjective (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | ves Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
subjective right (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: word combination syllable separation: sub | jek | ti | ves law, plural: ...
subjective public law (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: word combination syllable separation: sub | jek | ti | ves öf | fent | li | ches…
subjectivier (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Subforms: Subjective hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | four pronunciation / stress: ...
subjectify (German) Part of speech: Conjugated form Secondary forms: 2nd person singular imperative present active: subjectivier ...
subjectify (German) Part of Speech: Verb Conjugations: Present: Ich subjectiviere; you subjectify; he she it…
subjectivizing (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: sub | jek | ti | vie | rend Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
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