verb (used with object), cri·tiqued, cri·ti·quing.
Origin of critique
Examples from the Web for critique
Do we critique those women who would modify themselves just to reach those standards?Renée Zellweger Got a New Face—and Everyone Had An Opinion About It|Kevin O’Keeffe|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This photograph is a critique of how draconian the rules of society can be.‘Gods of Suburbia’: Dina Goldstein’s Arresting Photo Series on Religion vs. Consumerism|Dina Goldstein|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The critique extends into nearly every little crevice and lacuna of our civic life.
Of course, the critique could be made in the other direction.
Any critique may be treated as a security issue or an offense against the faith.
The reader is recommended to mark off the passages in a copy of the Critique.
Here, however, a new sort of critique was applied to a problem which had but just now been revealed in all its length and breadth.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore
To harmonise B 17 with the real teaching of the Critique, it must be entirely recast.
Critique of all knowledge, whether a priori or empirical, determination, etc.
Now with what divisions of the Critique are the two last questions connected?
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Word Origin for critique
Word Origin and History for critique
1702, restored French spelling of 17c. critick "art of criticism" (see critic), ultimately from Greek kritike tekhne "the critical art."