Definitions for aspect
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word aspect.
a distinct feature or element in a problem
"he studied every facet of the question"
a characteristic to be considered
view, aspect, prospect, scene, vista, panoramanoun
the visual percept of a region
"the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
the beginning or duration or completion or repetition of the action of a verb
expression, look, aspect, facial expression, facenoun
the feelings expressed on a person's face
"a sad expression"; "a look of triumph"; "an angry face"
The act of looking at something; gaze.
The relative position of heavenly bodies as they appear to an observer on earth; the angular relationship between points in a horoscope.
the way something appears when viewed from a particular direction.
One's appearance or expression.
A grammatical quality of a verb (in certain, originally specifically Slavic, languages) which determines the relationship of the speaker to the internal temporal flow of the event the verb describes; whether the speaker views the event from outside as a whole, or from within as it is unfolding.
Etymology: From aspectus, from aspicio, from ad- + specio.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: aspectus, Lat.
I have presented the tongue under a double aspect, such as may justify the definition, that it is the best and worst part. Government of the Tongue.
They are both, in my judgment, the image or picture of a great ruin, and have the true aspect of a world lying in its rubbish. Thomas Burnet, Theory of the Earth.
Fairer than fairest, in his faining eye,
Whose sole aspect he counts felicity. Edmund Spenser, Hymn on Love.
Those eyes of thine from mine have drawn salt tears,
Sham’d their aspects with store of childish drops. William Shakespeare, R. III.
I am fearful: wherefore frowns he thus?
’Tis his aspect of terrour. All’s not well. William Shakespeare, Richard III.
Yet had his aspect nothing of severe,
But such a face as promis’d him sincere. John Dryden, Fables.
Then shall thy Craggs (and let me call him mine)
On the cast ore another Pollio shine;
With aspect open shall erect his head. Alexander Pope.
When an envious or an amorous aspect doth infect the spirits of another, there is joined both affection and imagination. Francis Bacon, Natural Hist. №. 908.
The setting sun
Slowly descended; and with right aspect
Against the eastern gate of paradise,
Levell’d his ev’ning rays. Paradise Lost, b. iv.
I have built a strong wall, faced to the south aspect with brick. Jonathan Swift, Last Will.
The light got from the opposite arguings of men of parts, shewing the different sides of things, and their various aspects and probabilities, would be quite lost, if every one were obliged to assent to, and say after the speaker. John Locke.
There’s some ill planet reigns,
I must be patient till the heavens look
With an aspect more favourable. William Shakespeare, Winter’s Tale.
Not unlike that which astrologers call a conjunction of planets, of no very benign aspect the one to the other. Henry Wotton.
To the blank moon
Her office they prescrib’d: to th’ other five
Their planetary motions, and aspects,
In sextile, square, and trine, and opposite. Paradise Lost.
Why does not every single star shed a separate influence, and have aspects with other stars of their own constellation? Richard Bentley, Sermons.
Etymology: aspicio, Lat.
Happy in their mistake, those people whom
The northern pole aspects; whom fear of death
(The greatest of all human fears) ne’er moves. William Temple.
the act of looking; vision; gaze; glance
look, or particular appearance of the face; countenance; mien; air
appearance to the eye or the mind; look; view
position or situation with regard to seeing; that position which enables one to look in a particular direction; position in relation to the points of the compass; as, a house has a southern aspect, that is, a position which faces the south
the situation of planets or stars with respect to one another, or the angle formed by the rays of light proceeding from them and meeting at the eye; the joint look of planets or stars upon each other or upon the earth
the influence of the stars for good or evil; as, an ill aspect
to behold; to look at
Etymology: [L. aspectus, fr. aspicere, aspectum, to look at; ad + spicere, specere, to look, akin to E. spy.]
Aspect Co. Ltd is a Japanese based video game company which was founded in March 1991. Aspect has developed for the Sega Master System, Game Gear, Pico, Genesis, Saturn, Super NES, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and WonderSwan Color. Aspect has also worked with the following companies; Sega, Takara Tomy, D3 Publisher, Square, Tec Toy, Banpresto, Takara, Disney Interactive Studios, and even Samsung. They are most well known for the development of every Sonic the Hedgehog game for the Sega Master System, Game Gear and Pico.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
as′pekt (in Shak. and elsewhere, as-pekt′), n. look: view: appearance, also applied figuratively to the mind: position in relation to the points of the compass: the situation of one planet with respect to another, as seen from the earth.—v.i. (obs.) to look at.—adj. As′pectable, visible, worth looking at. [L. aspectus—ad, at, specĕre, to look.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The looming of the land from sea-ward.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
An army is said to hold a menacing aspect, when by advanced movements or positions it gives the opposing enemy cause to apprehend an attack. A country is said to have a military aspect, when its general situation presents appropriate obstacles or facilities for an army acting on the offensive or defensive. An army is said to have an imposing aspect, when it appears stronger than it really is. This appearance is often assumed for the purpose of deceiving an enemy, and may not improperly be considered as a principal ruse de guerre, or feint in war.
indicates the direction to which a surface faces or in which it is viewed; it may be dorsal, ventral, caudal, cephalic or lateral.
British National Corpus
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Rank popularity for the word 'aspect' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2401
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Rank popularity for the word 'aspect' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2484
Rank popularity for the word 'aspect' in Nouns Frequency: #381
The numerical value of aspect in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of aspect in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
One of the most fascinating aspect of humans is their 'object of fascination' which makes them remarkably unique from each other!
We think about their safety in every other aspect, we don’t what them playing if it’s too slick, if there’s lightening, if it’s too hot.
I think we should all be interested in getting every aspect of the legislation that we can across the finish line, and to those things that stand in the way -- qualified immunity, decertification of officers -- we should keep working until we can find a solution if we can. I'm not sure if we can on those two issues but I don't want that to stand in the way of what we can get accomplished.
It is mind over matter, to do the physical aspect of it, sure it is difficult and all that but what is much more difficult is to be in that very hostile environment, to do that days in and days out, to push you and to push your limits, then the mind has to be super strong.
They’re only one aspect of the regimen, it’s equally important to monitor diet and stress levels and to throw away your loofahs, washcloths and anything with the word ‘anti-bacterial’.
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Translations for aspect
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- вид, перспективаBulgarian
- vid, stránkaCzech
- ποιόν ενεργείας, άποψη, (ρηματική) όψηGreek
- aspekti, näkökulma, näkökanta, puoliFinnish
- raon, aogasScottish Gaelic
- アスペクト, 相Japanese
- вид, аспект, глаголски вид, изгледMacedonian
- aspektNorwegian Nynorsk
- aspecto, aspetoPortuguese
- khía cạnhVietnamese
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