English → English - abstract

n. summary, synopsis; essence; something that is not concrete, something that is abstract
v. remove, take away; steal; theorize, conceptualize; summarize, simplify
adj. intangible, unconnected to concrete reality; theoretical, not practical; unconnected to a specific instance or example; difficult to understand

English → Spanish - abstract

s. abstracto, compendio, extracto, resumen, sinopsis, sumario
v. resumir, abstraer, compendiar, extractar; remover
adj. abstracto, conceptual

English → French - abstract

n. extrait; résumé; abstrait; abstraction
v. abstraire; résumer, abréger
adj. abrégé, abstrait

English → German - abstract

n. Zusammenfassung; Inhaltsangabe; Abstarkt
v. zusammenfassen; vereinfachen
adj. abstrakt, unrealistisch

English → Indonesian - abstract

n. ringkasan, inti, intisari, ikhtisar
v. meringkaskan, mengintisarikan, mengikhtisarkan, memisahkan
a. niskala, abstrak, mujarad

English → Italian - abstract

s. sommario, riassunto, compendio, sinossi; (Art) astrattismo
v. estrarre, separare, ricavare; allontanare, distogliere; sottrarre; riassumere, compendiare; (assol) fare astrazione, astrarre
agg. astratto; astruso

English → Polish - abstract

v. sprzątać, uwaga: odwracać uwagę, rozważać w oderwaniu, streszczać, wydobyć, abstrahować, sprzątnąć, streścić
n. abstrakcja, streszczenie, abstrakt, kompendium
a. abstrakcyjny, oderwany

English → Portuguese - abstract

s. concentrado; resumo, sumário; distinto; abstrato
v. fazer um abstrato; simplificar
adj. abstrato; não prático

English → Romanian - abstract

n. abstracţie, idee abstractă, extras, rezumat, sumar, compendiu, conspect, platnic, analiză
a. abstract, teoretic, dificil, abstrus
v. despărţi, extrage, sustrage, abstrage, abstractiza, rezuma, fura {fam.}, scoate, scădea

English → Russian - abstract

с. абстракция, отвлеченный термин, отвлеченное понятие; резюме, реферат, конспект; вытяжка, извлечение; произведение абстрактного искусства
г. отнимать, извлекать; суммировать; резюмировать, абстрагировать; красть
прил. абстрактный, отвлеченный; теоретический; трудный для понимания; реферативный

English → Turkish - abstract

f. soyutlamak, özet çıkarmak, özetlemek; ayırmak; damıtmak [biy.], aşırmak; çalmak
i. soyut düşünce, özet
s. soyut, abstre, teorik, kuramsal

English → Ukrainian - abstract

n. абстракція, конспект, резюме, реферат, витяг, виписка
v. віднімати, відбирати, відокремлювати, витягувати, відвертати, відволікати, абстрагувати, резюмувати, реферувати, підсумовувати
a. абстрактний, розуміння: важкий для розуміння, теоретичний

German → English - abstract

v. remove, take away; steal; theorize, conceptualize; summarize, simplify

Romanian → English - abstract

a. abstract, abstractive, abstruse, remote, fine-spun, lunar, pure
adv. abstractly, notionally

Dutch → English - abstract

adj. abstract, intangible, theoretical

English → Dutch - abstract

zn. concentratie; verkorting; abstract
ww. samenvatten, verkorten; vereenvoudigen
bn. abstract; niet praktisch

English → Greek - abstract

ουσ. απόσπασμα, περίληψη, επιτομή
ρήμ. αφαιρώ, αποσπώ, αποχωρίζω
επίθ. αφηρημένος

Dutch → French - abstract

(kunst) abstrait

English → Arabic - abstract

‏خلاصة، فكرة تجريدية، أثر فني تجريدي‏
‏أزال، لخص‏
‏تجريدي، ملخص، مجرد، عويص، نظري، غير تطبيقي‏

English → Chinese - abstract

(名) 梗概, 摘要; 抽象概念; 萃取物
(动) 使抽象化, 提炼, 摘要
(形) 抽象的; 纯理论的; 深奥的

English → Chinese - abstract

(名) 梗概, 摘要; 抽象概念; 萃取物
(動) 使抽象化, 提煉, 摘要
(形) 抽象的; 純理論的; 深奧的

English → Hindi - abstract

n. तत्त्व
v. अलग करना, संक्षिप्त करना, हटाना
a. अमूर्त, भावात्मक, भाववाचक

English → Japanese - abstract

(名) 概要; 本質; 抽象的なもの
(動) 摘出する; 盗む; 理論づける; 要約する
(形) 抽象的な; 理論的な; 特別な事例に結びつかない; 難解な

English → Korean - abstract

명. 개요, 적요;요약; 추상적인 것
동. 떼어내다, 분리하다; 절취하다, 훔치다; 개념화 하다, 이론화 하다; 요약하다, 간단하게 하다
형. 추상적인, 추상파의; 실제적이지 않은, 비현실적인; 이해하기 어려운

English → Vietnamese - abstract

n. tóm tắc, rút ra
v. trừ ra, ăn cắp, lấy ra, hút ra
a. vô hình, trừu tượng, khó hiểu, tóm lược, trích yếu, không kể

German → Chinese - abstract


Definition of abstract

1. An abridgement or summary of a longer publication.
2. Something that concentrates in itself the qualities of larger item, or multiple items.
1. Concentrated essence of a product.
3. An abstraction; an abstract term; that which is abstract.
4. The theoretical way of looking at things; something that exists only in idealized form.
5. An abstract work of art.
6. A summary title of the key points detailing a tract of land, for ownership; abstract of title.
7. Derived; extracted.
8. Drawn away; removed from; apart from; separate.
9. Expressing a property or attribute separately of an object that is considered to be inherent to that object.
10. Considered apart from any application to a particular object; not concrete; ideal; non-specific; general, as opposed to specific.
11. Difficult to understand; abstruse; hard to conceptualize.
12. Absent-minded.
13. Pertaining to the formal aspect of art, such as the lines, colors, shapes, and the relationships among them.
3. Capitalized Free from representational qualities, in particular the non-representational styles of the 20th century.
4. Music Absolute.
5. Dance Lacking a story.
14. Insufficiently factual.
15. Apart from practice or reality; vague; theoretical; impersonal; not applied.
16. As a noun, denoting an intangible as opposed to an object, place, or person.
17. Of a class in object-oriented programming, being a partial basis for subclasses rather than a complete template for objects.
18. To separate; to disengage.
19. To remove; to take away; withdraw.
20. To steal; to take away; to remove without permission.
21. To summarize; to abridge; to epitomize.
22. To extract by means of distillation.
23. To consider abstractly; to contemplate separately or by itself; to consider theoretically; to look at as a general quality.
24. To withdraw oneself; to retire.
25. To draw off (interest or attention).
He was wholly abstracted by other objects.
26. To perform the process of abstraction.
27. To create abstractions.
28. To produce an abstraction, usually by refactoring existing code. Generally used with "out".
He abstracted out the square root function.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: abstracting
Present: abstract (3.person: abstracts)
Past: abstracted
Future: will abstract
Present conditional: would abstract
Present Perfect: have abstracted (3.person: has abstracted)
Past Perfect: had abstracted
Future Perfect: will have abstracted
Past conditional: would have abstracted
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