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Meanings of "object" in Spanish English Dictionary : 62 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
object objeto [m]
object mira [f]
object reclamar [v]
object objetar [v]
General
object complemento [m]
object cuerpo [m]
object acudir [v]
object ancheta [f] MX
object chilla [f] PE
object cosa [f]
object repostar [v] HN SV NI PA CU DO PR CO VE
object objecto [m]
object objecto (inglés object) [m] US
object pieza [m]
object oponer [v]
object ponerse [v]
object rebatir [v]
object oponerse [v]
object instituto [m]
object propósito [m]
object punto [m]
object término [m]
object causa [f]
object aducir [v]
object imputar [v]
object poner objeción [v]
object poner reparos [v]
object sujeto [m]
object artículo [m]
object fin (más usado en masculino) [m/f]
object carajada [f] HN CR
Idioms
object poner un inconveniente [v]
object poner inconveniente [v]
object poner dificultades [v]
Colloquial
object cosiaca [f] CL
object chillar [v] GT HN SV NI PE BO CL AR
object chécheres [m/pl] CR CO VE
object chirimbolos [m/pl]
Slang
object verga [f] NI VE
Business
object reponer [v]
object objetivo [m]
object objeto [m]
Law
object meta [f]
object finalidad [f]
object disputar [v]
object objetar a [v]
object oponerse a [v]
object refutar [v]
object desavenirse [v]
object impugnar [v]
object replicar [v]
object reponer [v]
object tener inconveniente [v]
object hacer objeciones [v]
object interponer una objeción [v]
object tomar excepción [v]
object interponer un reparo [v]
Engineering
object materia [f]
object objeto [m]
Medicine
object objeto [m]
Aeronautics
object material [m]
Linguistics
object régimen directo [m]

Meanings of "object" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
(personal direct object) me me [pron]
(personal indirect object) to me me [pron]
(personal indirect object) for me me [pron]
object that denotes bad taste cachirulada [f] AR rare
(with reversed subject and object) to like very much or love encantar [v]
man-made object artificio [m]
volume or an indeterminate object bulto [m]
General
sex object mujer-objeto [f]
iron object hierro [m]
a bell-shaped object campana [f]
precious object alhaja (árabe) [f]
earthenware or porcelain object after the first cooking with no varnish or enamel yet bizcocho [m]
abrasion made by a solid object chasponazo [m]
round object chirimbolo [m]
anything (unspecified object) alguna cosa [pron]
an object whose name is unknown aquello [pron] HN NI CR disused
an object whose name can not be said aquello [pron] HN NI CR disused
old-fashioned or out-of-date custom or object antigualla [f]
worthless object piltrafa [f]
kitsch object cursilada [f]
bell-shaped object campana [f]
very old object vejestorio [f] LAM
act of transferring heat from an object in order to cool it refrigeración [f]
device which is used for raising and supporting a heavy object gata [f]
flattened object plasta [f]
doughnut-shaped object rosca [f]
strike from an object against another acometida [f] DO
small flaw caused in an object by a chafing or hit leaving a mark or detaching a fragment of the composing material astilladura [f] MX UY
a foreign object in the eye basurita [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA EC CL PY AR UY
material object bicharanga [f] VE
any rectangular object caluga [f] CL
object whose name is not remembered, ignored or not mentioned broma [f] VE
any object not refereed to by its specific name (weapon/vehicle/computer/etc) animala [f] HN SV NI
breaking of an object desmondingada [f] CU
object of little value cháchara [f] MX SV DO
object that no longer functions and is in poor condition chancleta [f] VE derog.
object or behavior considered to be in bad taste charrería [f] PR
small fragment produced when grinding stone or another solid object curubica [f] PY AR:Ne
small fragment produced when grinding stone or another solid object curuvica [f] PY AR:Ne
old and dilapidated object changorria [f] SV
punishment by a whip or other similar object cinchoneada [f] HN CR disused rur.
pointed object figa [f] DO
wound caused by a sharp object estacada [f] SV NI rare
wound caused by a sharp object estacada [f] MX CR VE rur.
object similar to a small broom that is used for juggling escobilla [f] AR UY
battered object escofieta [f] PA
sharp object figa [f] DO
useless object escofieta [f] PA
unusable object escofieta [f] PA
any object with an elongated and pointed shape esplocha [f] DO
object that has hardened and has lost the flexibility it should have, such as footwear garra [f] HN SV NI
object of poor quality garra [f] SV
punishment given with a whip or other similar object fuetiza [f] MX rare
punishment given with a whip or other similar object fuetiza [f] DO EC
series of blows with a stick or other similar object fueteada [f] CR
object or device damaged due to use kacharpa [f] BO:W
crank that turns an object or starts a machine manigueta [f] CO VE disused
crank that turns an object or starts a machine manigueta [f] NI PA CU DO PR
crash or blow from a vehicle against some object or another vehicle embarrada [f] MX
sharp object puya [f] NI PR CO VE
pointed object puya [f] NI PR CO VE
have an object tener [v]
possess an object tener [v]
object to oponer [v]
keep an object negar [v]
keep an object retener [v]
object to doing something oponerse a hacer algo [v]
object to something encontrar peros a algo [v]
take over an object (unlawfully) achacarse [v] AR
sharpen an object achuzar [v] SV
hold an object with the hands momentarily atajar [v] PY
throw an object into the air so that another person catches it aventar [v] MX CR rare
become an object of derision convertirse en un objeto de burla [v]
(for a person or an object) to fall down dramatically azotarse [v] MX
get rid of an object botar [v] DO
get rid of an object botar [v] AR:Nw
shrink or curl an object by wetting it with water (usually made from leather) apachangarse [v] NI derog.
shrink or curl an object by wetting it with water (usually made from leather) apachangarse [v] HN:S
mold or round off angles and edges of a surface/object bolear [v] PE
be the object of (somebody/something) ser el objeto de (algo/alguien) [v]
break an object desmondingarse [v] CU
break an object despaletillar [v] CU
place upright (glass/jar/similar object) desembrocar [v] MX:Se HN SV NI
break apart (an object) desmameyarse [v] CU
sharpen the blade of a knife, scissors, or other similar object chairar [v] PY AR UY
sharpen the blade of a knife, scissors, or other similar object chairear [v] AR
sharpen the blade of a knife, scissors, or other similar object chairar [v] PY AR UY
sharpen the blade of a knife, scissors, or other similar object chairear [v] AR
punish someone with a whip or other similar object cinchonear [v] CR disused
punish someone with a whip or other similar object cinchonear [v] HN
repair and old or broken object chapistear [v] CU
hurt someone or something with a blow or with the pressure of an object chancar (del quechua) [v] EC
shoot an object chutear (inglés shoot) [v] CL PY
put together the pieces of a broken object enterar [v] EC:S rare
be wounded by a sharp object, especially a stake or a splinter of wood estacarse [v] HN NI CR CO
repair a broken object enterar [v] EC:S rare
hit a fish hard on the head with a blunt object esmoler [v] PR
throw someone into the water tied to a heavy object in order to kill them fondear [v] PE BO CL
lend money in the short term with a high interest and take a valuable object as collateral garrotear [v] CU
punish by lashing with a whip or other similar object fuetear [v] CR disused
punish by lashing with a whip or other similar object fuetear [v] NI rare rur.
punish by lashing with a whip or other similar object fuetear [v] MX GT PA CU DO PR CO VE EC PE BO
use an object a lot furruquear [v] VE
slightly injure oneself with a pointed object hincarse [v] CU
move an object insistently to get someone's attention jumetrear [v] BO:E
hold an object detener [v] MX
stab with a knife or sharp object napear [v] BO:W
remove handles from an object zontear [v] HN
graze an object in the air zumbar [v] UY
pertaining to a material object objetivo [adj]
pertaining to a creature or object existing in a woodland forestal [adj]
pertaining to a creature or object existing in a woodland del bosque [adj]
blocked in a duct (object) atracado [adj] VE UY
obstructed in a duct (object) atracado [adj] VE UY
stopped in a duct (object) atracado [adj] VE UY
of bad quality (object) balurde [adj] NI EC
of poor quality and sold at a low price (object) baratieri [adj] NI CR PA EC BO AR UY
round (object) like the calabash fruit aguacalado [adj] GT HN rare
(for an object) expensive bacán [adj] CU AR
(for an object) luxurious bacán [adj] CU AR
of bad quality (object) cuete [adj] EC
on top of something (object) alzado [adj] HN SV NI
damaged (object) amolado [adj] MX HN SV NI
broken (object) amolado [adj] MX HN SV NI
defective (object) cachicambiado [adj] CU
throwaway (object) descartable [adj] HN DO PR EC PE BO PY AR UY
full of something (object or person) curtido [adj] HN
orphan (object) chulla [adj] BO
short (object, especially clothing) chibanco [adj] HN
adequate for chicha production or for storing chicha (object) chichero [adj] CL
of little importance (object, event, or situation) entrecasa [adj] AR
dark (place or object) entilado [adj] HN
pleasing (object) fachero [adj] AR UY
from home (object, event, or situation) entrecasa [adj] AR
shaded (place or object) entilado [adj] HN
that has characteristics that would attract a fresa (object) fresa [adj] MX
elegant and expensive (place or object) ficho [adj] PE
scarlet-colored (object) escarlatino [adj] MX rare
transported and placed by someone (object or product) estribado [adj] HN
attractive (object) fachero [adj] AR UY
difficult to work (object, clay, or metal) contumerioso [adj] HN
typical of someone who tries to follow the upper class style (object, habit, or place) concheto [adj] AR UY teen
eye-catching (object) compadrito [adj] AR UY disused
that has cuts (object, especially a curtain or article of clothing) cortajeado [adj] CU AR
that has slashes (object, especially a curtain or article of clothing) cortajeado [adj] CU AR
thick shelled or covering (object or food) conchudo [adj] VE
flashy (object) compadrito [adj] AR UY disused
made artisanally (object) criollo [adj] CU
person who likes to touch and move any object jurgandilla [adj] HN
having been hit with a log or other object leñateado [adj] HN SV NI
stab with a knife or sharp object napeado [adj] BO:W
stabbed with a knife or sharp object napeado [adj] BO:W
small (object, event or situation) de entrecasa [adj] MX AR
of little importance (object, event or situation) de entrecasa [adj] MX AR
indirect object objeto indirecto [m]
object-staff jalón [m]
truncated object objeto truncado [m]
indirect object complemento indirecto [m]
case which is used to indicate location on an object caso superesivo [m]
unidentified flying object objeto volador no identificado [m]
direct object complemento directo [m]
man-made object artefacto [m]
case which is used to express direction towards an indirect object caso dativo [m]
case which is used to indicate movement from an object caso delativo [m]
god object objeto todopoderoso [m]
device which is used for raising and supporting a heavy object gato [m]
device which is used for raising and supporting a heavy object crico [m]
four-dimensional object hexacosicoron [m]
center of an object corazón [m]
strong object/person roble [m]
attracting object gancho [m]
huge object mamotreto [m]
injury caused by a sharp pointed object puntazo [m]
ufo (unidentified flying object) ovni (objeto volador no identificado) [m]
lighting (on someone/object) alumbrón [m] HN BO
artificial object objeto artificial [m]
an object whose name is unknown aquel [m] CR disused rur.
an object whose name is unknown aquel [m] HN rur.
useless object arretranco [m] CU
useful object arretranco [m] CU
an object whose name can not be said aquel [m] CR disused rur.
an object whose name can not be said aquel [m] HN rur.
bulky object balumbo [m] MX
bulky object balumen (del inglés) [m] MX rare
bulky object balume [m] MX
material object bicharango [m] VE
part of an object prepared for another to fit into another calce [m] DO UY
act, object or event that can arouse suspicion or expose someone calentón [m] PR
blow given with a large object bodocazo [m] GT
very large object bodoque [m] MX PE
poorly made object bodoque [m] NI
small and cheap object containing candy and used in celebrations (usually baptism) bolo [m] MX
material object bicharaco [m] VE
material object bicharango [m] VE
hit with a throwing object bolazo [m] VE BO
any object not refereed to by its specific name (weapon/vehicle/computer/etc) animal [m] HN SV NI
industrial object identical to another due to cloning clon [m] NI EC PE BO CL UY
object of no value cuenterete [m] GT SV
object of no value cuenteraile [m] GT SV
blinding caused by a shiny object charol [m] MX
(in video recording) blinding produced by a shiny object charolazo [m] MX CR
blow from a whip or other similar object cinchonazo [m] CR disused rur.
large object cipotazo [m] CO
sharp object wound chejazo [m] HN SV
sharp and pointed object chuzo [m] PA CO
children's game including songs that consists of finding an object hidden in the hands of one of the participants florón [m] PA EC
act, object, or event that can raise suspicions or expose someone fogón [m] PR
reflection of the sun off an object cardillo [m] MX
hard object that has lost the flexibility it should have garrancho [m] HN
hard blow from a blunt object guaracazo [m] EC BO CL
object of little value that hangs from something or someone colgarejo [m] SV
protuberance on an object cototo [m] CL
anxiety object objeto de la angustia [m]
anxiety object objeto de la ansiedad [m]
any object guilinduje [m] SV
artificial object objeto artificial [m]
artificial object objeto sintético [m]
disproportionate, poorly constructed, or old object mamotreto [m] PA
highly valued object oro de corocoro [m] BO:W
distinctive part of an object pitongo [m] PA
blow with a round object pepazo [m] PA PR VE
long member of an object piripicho [m] AR UY
blow with an object pepitazo [m] GT
very worn out object perol [m] VE
break that divides an object into two or more parts quiebre [m] PA AR
large object tronco [m] HN NI
large object socotroco [m] PY AR UY
large object zocotroco [m] CU AR UY
large thick object tamagás [m] GT
it is used in the beginning of a game in which the first saying the word, receives the food, the toy or another object from whomever has it ¡acoto! [expr] NI
round (object) like the calabash fruit aguacalada [adj/f] GT HN rare
(for an object) luxurious bacana [adj/f] CU AR
(for an object) expensive bacana [adj/f] CU AR
a hard object un objeto duro
bl lac object objeto bl lac
unidentified flying object objeto volador no identificado
them (indirect object) les [pron]
knock against an object achocadura [f]
ancient custom/object antigualla [f]
object of a deputation diputación [f]
any shell-shaped object concha [f]
object of curiosity curiosidad [f]
pitiful object lástima [f]
person or object that obstructs the view pantalla [f]
beautiful object preciosidad [f]
splice or patch, made by winding a rope around the object to be tied trincafía [f]
aim/object of desire mira [f]
draw away from an object or a coast descostarse [v]
throw out as an object of terror fulminar [v]
knock one's face against an object hocicar [v]
contribute towards an object prestar [v]
almost to attain a desired object quemarse [v]
proportionate measure of the parts of an object ajuste [m]
object of one's love amor [m]
abrasion made by a bullet grazing a solid object chasponazo [m]
damaged object cangallo [m] rur. SLM
object of esteem/love bien [m]
any object or place ending in a point or acute angle cuchillo [m]
quality by which an object is classified in a certain category categorema [m]
any object not clearly seen bulto [m]
object which can be dyed brown embazador [m]
aim/object of desire empleo [m]
side (a body/object) lado [m]
tying or fastening place or object proís [m]
red/object ball in billiards mingo [m]
object of admiration pasmo [m]
telephotographic object glass teleobjetivo [m]
object lesson lección práctica [f]
object of study objeto [m]
object (the purpose, aim, or goal of a specific action or effort) efecto [m]
magical object, like an amulet, talisman, or fetish, used to counteract the effect of hexes, spells, or curses contra [f] NI CR CO VE CL AR:Nw
useless object burundanga [f] CU DO CO
lug (to drag or haul (an object) laboriously) halar [v]
Idioms
treat someone as a sexual object tratar a alguien como a un objeto sexual [v]
treat someone as a sexual object tratar a alguien como a un juguete sexual [v]
treat someone like a sexual object tratar a alguien como a un objeto sexual [v]
treat someone like a sexual object tratar a alguien como a un juguete sexual [v]
object to poner un inconveniente [v]
object to poner inconveniente [v]
object to poner pegas [v]
be the object of ser el blanco de [v]
be an object of humiliating ridicule ser el pato de la boda [v] LAM
be an object of humiliating ridicule ser el pato de la fiesta [v]
be an old or useless object that is a nuisance ser un trasto [v]
abuse an object or machine dar como caja [v] CL
use an object/machine for an extended period of time (subjecting it to wear) dar como caja [v] CL
use an object/machine for an extended period of time (subjecting it to wear) dar como guasca [v] CL
use an object/machine for an extended period of time (subjecting it to wear) dar como huasca [v] CU
object to something dar contra [v] EC
use an object/machine for an extended period of time (subjecting it to wear) dar duro [v] CL
appropriate a foreign object without the owner noticing hacer dormir [v] BO
crash violently against another vehicle or an object and leave it unusable hacerse torta [v] SV
be the object of ridicule ser el pato de la fiesta [v] HN CR DO VE
sophisticated (object or situation) con todos los chiches [adj] PY AR UY
authentic (object, apparatus, or equipment) de fábrica [adj] CU
original (object, apparatus, or equipment) de fábrica [adj] CU
unidentified flying object plato volador [m] BO CL AR UY
a sex object objeto sexual
Speaking
he's an object of scorn todo el mundo lo desprecia
if you don't object si no tiene inconveniente
if you don't object si no le importa
money is no object el costo no importa
money is no object el costo no es importante
money is no object el costo no es un problema
money is no object el costo no es relevante
money is no object el dinero no es el problema
Phrasals
object to protestar [v]
object to something oponerse a algo [v]
Colloquial
an object whose name is unknown aquello [pron] CO VE
an object whose name can not be said aquello [pron] CO VE
despicable/valueless object purriela [f]
despicable/valueless object purrela [f]
a general object of despise chota  [f] AR
material object bicharaca [f] VE
unspecified thing/object bolera (inglés) [f] VE:W
object showing poor taste cachirualda [f] AR rare derog.
object that is sold or pawned to buy alcohol carreta [f] SV
object of poor quality garra [f] UY derog.
ridiculous and corny object jotería [f] MX
attain a difficult object by dexterity cazar [v]
place an object on another empingorotar [v]
loan (money/an object) aguantar  [v] AR
mold or round off angles and edges of a surface/object bolear [v] BO:W,C
mess up a place/object/situation despelotar [v] CO VE PY CL
vibrate when moved or shook (flexible object) cimbronear [v] AR UY
be the object of teasing or joking gastar [v] AR
play around with some object monear [v] EC
cut someone with a sharp object sunchar [v] BO:W
desire an exquisite delicacy, a woman or object aguársele la boca [v] US MX SV CU DO PR VE PY
junky (object) maluco  [adj] VE
displeasant (object) balurdo [adj] VE
of bad quality (object) balurdo [adj] VE
disagreeable (object) balurdo [adj] VE
of little quality (object) bamba [adj] CL
that is an exact replica of another object clonado [adj] DO EC PE CL
light (object) challita [adj] BO:W,C,S
orphan (object) chulla [adj] EC AR
first-class (object or product) chingón [adj] MX GT HN SV
top-notch (object or product) chingón [adj] MX GT HN SV
excellent (object or product) chingón [adj] MX GT HN SV
broken (object) fregado [adj] NI BO
very sharp-pointed (object) filo [adj] BO EC rare
deteriorated (object) fregado [adj] NI BO
in good taste (object) fachero [adj] BO:S
any sort of small object protruding from a larger object pendorcho [m] AR
an object whose name is unknown aquel [m] CO rur.
an object whose name can not be said aquel [m] CO rur.
material object bicharaco [m] VE
a poor quality object bagayo [m] AR UY
a bulky, large object usually a piece of furniture, considered as a hindrance or obstacle almatroste [m] MX SV BO
a bulky, large object usually a piece of furniture, considered as a hindrance or obstacle armatroste [m] MX GT HN SV NI CU DO PR CO EC UY
a bulky, large object usually a piece of furniture, considered as a hindrance or obstacle armatostre [m] DO PR VE
a bulky, large object usually a piece of furniture, considered as a hindrance or obstacle armastrote [m] PR
large and bulky object considered as an obstacle armatroste [m] MX GT HN SV NI CU DO PR CO EC UY
large and bulky object considered as an obstacle almatroste [m] MX SV BO
large and bulky object considered as an obstacle armastrote [m] PR
large and bulky object considered as an obstacle armatostre [m] DO PR VE
object that has been hidden clave [m] CO
woman considered only an object of admiration and beauty gomero [m] CL
object without any definitive shape pegote [m] DO CO:C
useless object cachureo [m] CL
junky (object) maluca  [adj/f] VE
expense is no object no se repara en gastos
an object lessons un ejemplo práctico
an object of ridicule un hazmerreír
an object lessons una demostración
an object of aversion la bestia negra
an object of aversion la bestia parda
Proverbs
a good payer will not object to leaving a deposit al buen pagador no le duelen prendas
Phrases
with this object in my mind con este fin
with this object in my mind con este objetivo
reserving the right to object se reserva el derecho a objetar
reserving the right to object se reserva el derecho de oposición
with the object of a efectos de
Slang
small or insignificant object, normally unspecified fregadera [f] MX
mess up a place/object/situation despelotar [v] AR UY
screwed up (object) chingado [adj] US MX GT SV
fucked up (object) chingado [adj] US MX GT SV
any thing or object chunche CR
a thing or object carajada CR
a thing or object chunche CR
a thing or object vara CR
Business
object-oriented orientado a objetos [adj]
corporate object fines sociales
Work Safety Terms
falling object caída de objetos
Finance
object cost costo por concepto
cost object objeto de costo
issuing object objeto de la emisión
Law
object left as surety pignoración [f]
appeal or object excepcionar [v]
object to oponerse [v]
object to tachar [v]
object to recusar [v]
object to recusar [v]
with the object of a efecto de
object of an action objeto de una acción
I object, your honor protesto, señoría
object left as surety objeto dejado como prenda
object of the action objeto de la acción
rape with a foreign object violación impropia
object of the company [uk] objeto social
International Law
object to oponerse a [v]
object to impugnar [v]
object to poner objeciones
Politics
unidentified flying object objeto volador no identificado LAM
Education
goal object objeto meta
subject-object relations relaciones sujeto-objeto
everyday object objeto cotidiano
sexual object objeto sexual
sex object objeto sexual
Library
book object libro objeto
art object objeto de arte
Computer
object name nombre del objeto
object linker vinculador de objetos
local object objeto local
object oriented (oo) orientado por objetos
select an object on which to get help seleccione el objeto del que desea obtener ayuda
object oriented graphics gráficos orientados a objetos
graphic object imagen gráfica
object configuration configuración absoluta u objeto
previous object objeto anterior
object-oriented design diseño orientado al objeto
object-oriented programming programación orientada a objetos
object oriented database base de datos orientada a objetos
mixed object objeto mezclado
object oriented programming programación orientada a objeto
object orientation orientación al objeto
object-oriented programming system sistema de programación orientado al objeto
object routine rutina objeto
document object model modelo de objetos del documento
object module library biblioteca de módulos objeto
object language program programa en lenguaje de máquina
object oriented programming programación orientada a objetos
object code código objeto
object format formato objeto de un programa
object oriented design diseño orientado al objeto
object file fichero objeto
object programme programa objeto
object oriented interface interfaz orientada a objetos
object class clase de objeto
object computer computadora objeto
desktop object objeto de espacio de trabajo
data object objeto de datos
Electricity
test object objeto en ensayo
scattering cross-section of an object or volume sección transversal de dispersión de un objeto o volumen
equivalent absorption area of an object or of a surface área de absorción equivalente de un objeto o de una superficie
backscattering cross-section of an object or a volume sección transversal de reverberación de un objeto o volumen
Electrics/Electronics
object language lenguaje objeto
test object objeto en ensayo
object backscattering differential índice de reverberación de un objeto
object-color color-objeto percibido
surface contaminated object objeto contaminado en su superficie
Engineering
insert object insertar objeto [v]
mud object-oriented mud con objetos [adj]
object oriented orientado al objeto [adj]
object-based basado en objetos [adj]
object-oriented con mediante objetos [adj]
object-oriented con objetos [adj]
object-oriented mediante objetos [adj]
object-oriented en función del objeto [adj]
object-glass cap tapaobjetivo [m]
object holder portaobjetos [m]
cumbersome machine or object armatoste [m]
object glass objetivo [m]
object of interest objeto de interés
object module módulo objeto
static object objeto estático
stationary object objeto fijo
unidentified flying object objeto volante no identificado
celestial object objeto celeste
object computer ordenador objeto
object management architecture arquitectura de gestión de objetos
convex object-glass objetivo convexo
flying object objeto volante
object program programa objeto
object insured objeto asegurado
object-oriented design diseño orientado a objetos
video object plane plano de objeto de vídeo
object program programa de máquina
object-oriented programming programación orientada a objetos
identified flying object objeto volador identificado
remote data object objeto de datos remoto
object-oriented en función del objeto
object code lenguaje máquina
foreign object cuerpo extraño
object-based basado en objetos
object-oriented con objetos
object-oriented mediante objetos
object module módulo resultante
object code código del objeto
embedded object objeto incrustado
object ray rayo incidente
video object objeto de vídeo
compound object objeto compuesto
object configuration configuración absoluta
falling object caída de objetos
object program programa ejecutable
wide angle object lens objetivo gran angular
object-system enseñanza visual
common object request broker architecture arquitectura informática con interfaz para consulta de objetos