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abstract pronunciación
adjective
1 referring to something which exists only as an idea or quality.
2 concerned with ideas and theory rather than with things which really exist or could exist.
3 said of an art form, especially painting: that represents the subject by shapes and patterns, etc rather than in the shape or form it actually has. Compare concrete ( adjective 2).
4 grammar said of a noun: denoting a quality, condition or action rather than a physical thing. Compare concrete ( adjective 4).
noun
1 a brief statement of the main points (of a book, speech, etc).
2 an abstract idea, theory, etc.
3 an example of abstract painting, etc.
verb (abstracted , abstracting )
1 to take out or remove something.
2 to summarize (a book, speech, etc).
3 to generalize about something from particular instances.
[14c, meaning -derived-: from Latin abs away or from + trahere to draw]
abstractly adverb .
abstractness noun .
in the abstract in theory rather than in reality.


abstracted
adjective said of a person: thinking about something so much that they do not notice what is happening around them.
abstractedly adverb .
abstractedness noun .


abstract expressionism
noun , art a development that began in 1940s America, in which the artist's abstract representations (see abstract adjective 3) are animated by the expression of their feelings.


abstraction pronunciación
noun
1 the act, or an example, of abstracting something.
2 something which exists as a general idea rather than as an actual example.
3 the state of thinking about something so much that one does not notice what is happening around one.
4 an example of abstract art.


distract
verb (distracted , distracting )
1 (usu distract someone or someone's attention from something) to divert their attention from it.
2 to entertain or amuse someone.
3 to confuse, worry or anger someone.
[14c: from Latin distrahere to draw apart]
distracted adjective .
distracting adjective .


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