Origin of attribute
synonym study for attribute
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How to use attribute in a sentence
Advertisers have known an entire generation of consumers as numbers and attributes.
This sequence reveals how much of our behavior has a hefty biological predisposition, meaning we might be skewed towards developing a particular attribute or characteristic.
We look at six to seven different sets of stock attributes and group them based on ease versus difficulty to trade in order to optimize execution.COVID put electronic trading to the test. It’s never buckled, Goldman Sachs says|Bernhard Warner|November 22, 2020|Fortune
Google is now bringing some of these service attributes to Local Campaigns for the first time.Google local ads gain Smart Bidding for store sales, ‘pick up later,’ service attributes|Greg Sterling|September 23, 2020|Search Engine Land
In addition, paid links also included the nofollow link attribute.
He is taking all the merit and attributing all the disasters to others.
Attributing the last four years to either Republicans or Democrats is myopic American parochialism.
We reported the Tennens' original accounts as facts without attributing them properly.
But I know by now to be very careful about attributing too much significance to a report like that.
Chaucer makes a mistake in attributing this harmony to all of the nine spheres.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
Therefore, they have no difficulty in attributing these evils to the severity of a just and good God.Superstition In All Ages (1732)|Jean Meslier
One critic, after attributing a remark of Chopin's to me, exclaims: "The author is fond of such violent jumps to conclusions."Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
Movement therefore cannot be predicated of infinity, without also attributing stability to it.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3|Plotinos (Plotinus)
She well knew that something was wrong, and attributing it to Alice's crying, she awaited in silence for the storm to burst.The English Orphans|Mary Jane Holmes
British Dictionary definitions for attribute
- an adjective or adjectival phrase
- an attributive adjective