abstract

I ['æbstrækt]
nome
1) (theoretical)

in the abstract — in astratto

2) (summary) riassunto m., compendio m.
3) econ. dir. estratto m.
4) art. opera f. astratta
II ['æbstrækt]
aggettivo astratto (anche art. ling.)
III [əb'strækt]
verbo transitivo
1)

to abstract sth. from — estrarre, trarre qcs. da [documents, data]

2) (theorize)

to abstract sth. from sth. — astrarre qcs. da qcs

* * *
['æbstrækt] 1. adjective
1) ((of a noun) referring to something which exists as an idea and which is not physically real: Truth, poverty and bravery are abstract nouns.) astratto
2) ((of painting, sculpture etc) concerned with colour, shape, texture etc rather than showing things as they really appear: an abstract sketch of a vase of flowers.) astratto
2. noun
(a summary (of a book, article etc).) riassunto
* * *
abstract /ˈæbstrækt/
A a.
1 (anche pitt., mat.) astratto: an abstract noun, un nome astratto; abstract painters, pittori astratti
2 teorico; astratto: in an abstract manner, in maniera teorica; teoricamente
B n.
1 estratto (anche leg.); compendio; sommario: an abstract of a paper, l'estratto di una relazione; (banca) abstract of account, estratto conto; (leg.) abstract of record, estratto di verbale; (leg.) abstract of title, estratto di titolo di proprietà
2 opera astratta; quadro astratto
3 the abstract, l'astratto
● (pitt.) abstract expressionism, espressionismo astratto □ (ass.) abstract loss, perdita derivante da un danno non materiale □ in the abstract, in astratto; in teoria.
(to) abstract /əbˈstrækt/
v. t.
1 riassumere; compendiare; estrarre
2 astrarre; fare astrazione da
3 (eufem.) sottrarre; rubare: He abstracted money from the safe, sottrasse del denaro dalla cassaforte
4 (chim.) estrarre; ricavare
5 (tecn.) rimuovere; separare.
* * *
I ['æbstrækt]
nome
1) (theoretical)

in the abstract — in astratto

2) (summary) riassunto m., compendio m.
3) econ. dir. estratto m.
4) art. opera f. astratta
II ['æbstrækt]
aggettivo astratto (anche art. ling.)
III [əb'strækt]
verbo transitivo
1)

to abstract sth. from — estrarre, trarre qcs. da [documents, data]

2) (theorize)

to abstract sth. from sth. — astrarre qcs. da qcs


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