In industrial design, a measure of consumers’ immediate desire for an object, even before they know or understand what it does. “Gassee may be nuts, but at least the BeBox has great object value.”
An object-oriented development environment developed by ParcPlace, available under Smalltalk and C++. (1994-10-28)
noun the world outside of oneself and one’s perception of the objects in it
- Object z
University of Queensland. [“Object Orientation in Z”, S. Stepney et al eds, Springer 1992].
[awb-zhe dar] /ɔb ʒɛ ˈdar/ noun, plural objets d’art [awb-zhe dar] /ɔb ʒɛ ˈdar/ (Show IPA). French. 1. an object of artistic worth or curiosity, especially a small object. /ɔbʒɛ dar/ noun (pl) objets d’art (ɔbʒɛ dar) 1. a small object considered to be of artistic worth n. “an object on display, an ornament,” 1857, […]