Observative



adj.

1610s, from Latin observat-, past participle stem of observare (see observe) + -ive.

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    [uh b-zur-vuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /əbˈzɜr vəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ noun, plural observatories. 1. a place or building equipped and used for making of astronomical, meteorological, or other natural phenomena, especially a place equipped with a powerful telescope for the planets and stars. 2. an institution that controls or carries on the work of such a place. […]

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    [uh b-zurv] /əbˈzɜrv/ verb (used with object), observed, observing. 1. to see, watch, perceive, or notice: He observed the passersby in the street. 2. to regard with attention, especially so as to see or learn something: I want you to observe her reaction to the judge’s question. 3. to watch, view, or note for a […]



  • Observed

    [uh b-zurv] /əbˈzɜrv/ verb (used with object), observed, observing. 1. to see, watch, perceive, or notice: He observed the passersby in the street. 2. to regard with attention, especially so as to see or learn something: I want you to observe her reaction to the judge’s question. 3. to watch, view, or note for a […]

  • Observer

    [uh b-zur-ver] /əbˈzɜr vər/ noun 1. someone or something that observes. 2. a delegate to an assembly or gathering, who is sent to observe and report but not to take part officially in its activities. 3. U.S. Air Force. 4. Also called air observer, aircraft observer. U.S. Army. a person who serves in an aircraft […]



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