Aspect

Direction which sloping ground faces.

aspect

a property of verbs or sentences, which refers primarily to the duration or type of activity described, e.g. the distinction between Sam sang and Sam was singing.

aspect

  1. a distinct feature or element in a problem
  2. a characteristic to be considered
  3. the visual percept of a region
  4. the beginning or duration or completion or repetition of the action of a verb
  5. the expression on a person's face

Aspect

The indication displayed by a colour-light signal i.e. a yellow aspect
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Aspect

• (n.) Prospect; outlook. • (n.) Position or situation with regard to seeing; that position which enables one to look in a particular direction; position in relation to the points of the compass; as, a house has a southern aspect, that is, a position which faces the south. • (n.) To behold; to look at. • (n.) Appearance to the e...
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aspect

(as´pekt) that part of a surface viewed from a particular direction. the look or appearance. anterior aspect that surface of the body or a body part viewed from the front; in humans this is a synonym of ventral aspect. dorsal aspect see poster...
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aspect

(from the article `Indo-European languages`) The Proto-Indo-European verb had three aspects: imperfective, perfective, and stative. Aspect refers to the nature of an action as described by the ... Aspectual differences play a crucial role. Roughly, the perfective marker indicates completed, momentary action; its absence signifies an act...
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aspect

1. The act of looking; vision; gaze; glance. 'The basilisk killeth by aspect.' 'His aspect was bent on the ground.' (Sir W. Scott) ... 2. Look, or particular appearance of the face; countenance; mien; air. 'Serious in aspect.' '[Craggs] with aspect open shall erect his head.' (Pope) ... 3. Appearance to the eye or the mind; look; view. 'The aspect ...
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aspect

scene noun the visual percept of a region; `the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views`
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Aspect

[computer programming] An aspect of a program is a feature linked to many other parts of the program, but which is not related to the program`s primary function. An aspect crosscuts the program`s core concerns, therefore violating its separation of concerns that tries to encapsulate unrelated functions. For example, logging code can crosscu...
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Aspect

[geography] In physical geography, aspect generally refers to the horizontal direction to which a mountain slope faces. For example, a slope on the eastern edge of the Rockies toward the Great Plains is described as having an easterly aspect. A slope which falls down to a deep valley on its western side and a shallower one on its eastern si...
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Aspect

As'pect noun [ Latin aspectus , from aspicere , aspectum , to look at; ad + spicere , specere , to look, akin to English spy .] 1. The act of looking; vision; gaze; glance. [ R.] 'The basilisk killeth by aspect .' Bacon. ...
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Aspect

As·pect' transitive verb [ Latin aspectare , v. intens. of aspicere . See Aspect , noun ] To behold; to look at. [ Obsolete]
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aspect

a characteristic to be considered
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aspect

a characteristic to be considered
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aspect

a distinct feature or element in a problem
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aspect

a distinct feature or element in a problem
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aspect

a view of more than one surface.
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aspect

In grammar, the aspect of a verb refers to the point in time when an action is taking place, and not the time of speaking or writing. It results in aspects of the continuous tense (continuing to happen) and the perfect tense (perfected or finished)
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Aspect

In heraldry, aspect means position.
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Aspect

Request/comment regarding target aspect information.
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Aspect

The angular relationship between two planets or a planet and angle or sensitive point. Zodiacal aspe
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aspect

The apparent position of any of the planets or the Moon relative to the Sun, as seen from Earth. The four main aspects are conjunction, greatest elongation, opposition, and quadrature.
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aspect

the compass direction toward which a slope faces.
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aspect

The direction the vineyards face (North, South, East or West). This plays a key role in the amount of sunlight the grapes receive, which drastically affects the grapes' ability to ripen.
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