subjective

subjective sub∙ject∙ive adj. 1. based on your own ideas or opinions rather than facts and therefore sometimes unfair • 主观的(非客观的):
»a highly subjective point of view
非常主观的看法
»Everyoneˈs opinion is bound to be subjective.
每个人的意见都必定是主观的。
2. (of ideas, feelings or experiences 思想、感情或经历) existing in sbˈs mind rather than in the real world • 主观的(非现实世界的) 3. [only before noun] (grammar 语法) the subjective case is the six which is used for the subject of a sentence • 主语的;主格的 【OPP】 objective sub∙ject∙ive∙ly adv.:
»People who are less subjectively involved are better judges.
主观因素介入愈少,愈能作出恰当的判断。
»subjectively perceived changes
主观感受到的变化
sub∙ject∙iv∙ity noun [U] :
»There is an element of subjectivity in her criticism.
她的批评有主观因素。
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[sʌb'dʒektiv]
adj. 主觀的, 個人的

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