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admonition
/ ædmənɪʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči admonition je admonitions.

Sinonimi:
admonishment · monition · warning · word of advice

Sinonimi:
admonishment · monition · warning · word of advice

ETYM Old Eng. amonicioun, Old Fren. amonition, French admonition, from Latin admonitio, from admonere. Related to Admonish.
1. A firm rebuke; SYN. admonishment, monition.
2. Cautionary advice; SYN. warning, word of advice.

annotation
/ ænoʊteɪʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči annotation je annotations.

Sinonimi:
annotating

Sinonimi:
annotating · notation · note

ETYM Latin annotatio: cf. French annotation.
A note or comment attached to some part of a document to provide related information. Some applications support voice annotations or annotations accessible by icons. See also comment.
The act of adding notes; SYN. annotating.

comment
/ kɑːment /

imenica

Množina reči comment je comments.

Sinonimi:
commentary

Sinonimi:
commentary · gossip · remark · scuttlebutt

ETYM Cf. Old Fren. comment.
A written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material; SYN. commentary.

minute
/ mɪnət /

imenica

Množina reči minute je minutes.

Sinonimi:
arcminute · minute of arc · min

Sinonimi:
arcminute · bit · hour · instant · min · minute of arc · moment · second

ETYM Late Lat. minuta a small portion, small coin, from Latin minutus small: cf. French minute. Related to Minute.
1. A short note.
2. A unit of angular distance equal to a 60th of a degree; SYN. arcminute, minute of arc.
3. A unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour; SYN. min.
Also a unit of angle equal to one sixtieth of a degree.

note
/ noʊt /

imenica

Množina reči note je notes.

Sinonimi:
short letter · line · annotation · notation · musical note · tone · promissory note · note of hand

Sinonimi:
Federal Reserve note · annotation · bank bill · bank note · banker's bill · banknote · bill · billet · distinction · eminence · government note · greenbac · line · musical note · notation · note of hand · preeminence · promissory note · short letter · tone

1. A brief written record
2. A short personal letter; SYN. short letter, line.
3. A comment (usually added to a text); SYN. annotation, notation.
4. A notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound; SYN. musical note, tone.
5. A promise to pay a specified amount on demand or at a certain time; SYN. promissory note, note of hand.
6. A characteristic emotional quality
7. A tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling

objection
/ əbdʒekʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči objection je objections.

Sinonimi:
dissent · expostulation · protest · remonstrance · remonstration

ETYM Latin objectio: cf. French objection.
1. The speech act of objecting.
2. A reason or argument presented in opposition; a feeling or expression of disapproval.

observation
/ ɑːbzərveɪʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči observation je observations.

Sinonimi:
observance · watching · reflection · reflexion · remark

Sinonimi:
notice · observance · reflection · reflexion · watching

ETYM Latin observatio: cf.French observation.
1. A patient visual study or examination; SYN. observance, watching.
2. A remark expressing careful consideration; SYN. reflection, reflexion.
3. Explicit notice; SYN. remark.
4. Facts learned by observing.
5. The act of making and recording a measurement.
In science, the perception of a phenomenon—for example, examining the Moon through a telescope, watching mice to discover their mating habits, or seeing how a plant grows.
Traditionally, observation was seen as entirely separate from theory, free from preconceptions and therefore lending support to the idea of scientific objectivity. However, as the preceding examples show, observations are ordered according to a pre-existing theory; for instance, one cannot observe mating behavior without having decided what mating behavior might look like. In addition, many observations actually affect the behavior of the observed (for instance, of mating mice).

rebuke
/ ribjuːk /

imenica

Množina reči rebuke je rebukes.

Sinonimi:
reproof · reproval · reprehension · reprimand

Sinonimi:
reprehension · reprimand · reproof · reproval

An expression of criticism and censure; SYN. reproof, reproval, reprehension, reprimand.

remark
/ rəmɑːrk /

imenica

Množina reči remark je remarks.

Sinonimi:
comment

Sinonimi:
comment

ETYM Cf. French remarque.
A statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief; SYN. comment.

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