1) âhanjidé (#); 2) âhanjidé (#), cekidé (#)
Fr.: 1) abstrait; 2) abstrait, sommaire
1a) (adj.) A designation of what derives from → abstraction.
Contrasted to → concrete.
M.E., from L. abstractus "drawn away," p.p. of abstrahere "to draw away, withdraw," from abs- "away," from → ab- + trahere "to draw," → attract.
1) Âhanjidé, p.p. of âhanjidan, variants âhixtan, âxtan
"to draw, pull, extract," → object.
Fr.: objet abstrait
An entity that does not exist in space or time and is not perceptible. Some examples are universals, sets, geometrical figures, and numbers.
1) The mental process in which an element or quality is separated from a
total object. Also the result of this process.
vâžireš-e âhanješ (#)
Fr.: réaction d'abstraction
Chemistry: A bimolecular chemical reaction that involves removal of an atom or ion from a molecule. For example, hydrogen abstraction from methane: CH4 + Cl → CH3 + HCl.
→ abstraction; → reaction.