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victoriousvocabulary:

OBJECTIFY
[verb]
1. to present or regard as an object; often presented negatively, i.e. to degrade to the status of an object.
2. to make objective, external, or concrete.
Etymology: object, from Middle English, “something perceived, purpose, objection”, ultimately derived from Latin objectāre, “to throw or put before, oppose” + -ify, variant of -fy after a consonant, a suffix meaning “to make”, “to cause to be”, ultimately from Latin -ficāre, “to do, make”.
[Waldemar von Kozak]

victoriousvocabulary:

OBJECTIFY

[verb]

1. to present or regard as an object; often presented negatively, i.e. to degrade to the status of an object.

2. to make objective, external, or concrete.

Etymology: object, from Middle English, “something perceived, purpose, objection”, ultimately derived from Latin objectāre, “to throw or put before, oppose” + -ify, variant of -fy after a consonant, a suffix meaning “to make”, “to cause to be”, ultimately from Latin -ficāre, “to do, make”.

[Waldemar von Kozak]