[ uh b-jek-tuh-vahyz ]
/ əbˈdʒɛk təˌvaɪz /
verb (used with object), ob·jec·tiv·ized, ob·jec·tiv·iz·ing.
to cause to become concrete or objective; objectify.
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Also especially British, ob·jec·tiv·ise.
Related formsob·jec·ti·vi·za·tion, nounun·ob·jec·tiv·ized, adjective
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Examples from the Web for objectivized
Once thus externalized, objectivized, the ethical standard demanded homage from the individual.Through Nature to God|John Fiske