Translation for 'objectify' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to objectify | objectified | objectified
objectifying | objectifies
SYNO to depersonalise | to depersonalize | to exteriorise | ...
to objectify {verb}обективирам [св.] [несв.]
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Translation for 'objectify' from English to Bulgarian

to objectify {verb}
обективирам [св.] [несв.]
Usage Examples English
  • Jordan Peterson has asked why women need to wear make-up or high-heels in the workplace, that a double standard exists for sexual harassment and females who self-objectify themselves in society.
  • The Plasticiens sought to objectify paintings instead of paint objects.
  • Responding to criticism that he objectified women, Ford stated he is an "equal opportunity objectifier" and is "just as happy to objectify men".
  • In early 2018, a report carried out by the consultant D'Alessio IROL that inquired about the humor of Argentines concluded that jokes about physical "defects", gender identity, sexual orientation, and those that objectify women were no longer considered funny.
  • In a manner similar to Mouth in "Not I", "the shift into third person narrative and the indefinite pronoun work both to objectify the text, making it into a separate entity that seems disconnected from personal history.

  • The ZZ Top song "Pearl Necklace" drew attention for its lyrics which were alleged to objectify women.
  • A bondage suit is used in BDSM to objectify the wearer, or "gimp", and reduce them to the status of a sexual toy, rather than a sexual partner.
  • Rods or balls are sometimes used in exercises to develop precision in movement, to expand the experience of space, develop precise balance, and to objectify the movement experience.
  • Despite the fact that she contributed to bettering female sex lives, Beate Uhse remains a controversial feminist figure: some of the criticisms point to the fact that she consistently refused to hire female collaborators, and would objectify the female body in order to sell her products.
  • International standards organizations (ISO, ANSI and ASA) recognize the need to objectify judgements on the amount of ambient noise in enclosed spaces, and provide us with definitions for various noise curves.

  • In early 2020, he began research on the way in which individuals objectify social facts, based on the research of Scottish psychoanalyst Ronald Fairbairn (1889-1964).
  • In October 2016, the song "Cuatro Babys" featuring Noriel, Bryant Myers, and Juhn received controversy over its lyrics, as some considered them to objectify women.
  • They tended to objectify animals, have less moral concern for them and attribute less consciousness to them.
  • Howard becomes obsessed with a book about feminism that Candice gives to him and finds himself in a dilemma, wondering if he should continue to sexually objectify women or be a feminist.
  • This results from non-Aboriginal people historically being positioned behind the camera as storywriters, producers and directors, who objectify Aboriginal actors in front of the camera.

  • The throat endoscopy can objectify that nothing is stuck, that there is no lesion or inflammation.
  • In order to "marginalize stuff that works to objectify women and suggests women enjoy being beaten", he has encouraged W H Smiths to move John Norman's "Gor" series novels to the top shelf.
  • Eric Roseberry describes this piece as "yet another minor masterpiece in which once more [...] skill and science as a composer objectify his unique poetic sensibility".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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