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Noun(1) a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished(2) an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of an entity
Verb(1) attribute or credit to(2) decide as to where something belongs in a scheme
(1) Tintoretto directs the viewer's main attention to what, to all intents and purposes, is an attribute of Saint George.(2) We have tended to attribute negative characteristics to the body without realizing that this results in the destructive functioning of the spirit.(3) Scientists attribute this change to better living standards, particularly in regard to diet.(4) The destination of the alias is stored in the maildrop attribute .(5) Each sub-element has four mandatory attributes plus one optional attribute , as described in Table 1.(6) But when you describe your friends, you still might describe them as smart, because we're speaking in relative terms when we attribute qualities to people.(7) In fact, we often attribute characteristics to race that belong in the realm of cultural differences.(8) If a candidate has a friend in the organization, the hiring agent will likely attribute positive characteristics to the candidate.(9) The key attribute , the only one that really matters, is distinctiveness.(10) We fall prey to it because we continue to attribute characteristics to groups while ignoring genuine gender differences.(11) First, you can apply the CSS inline using the style attribute on any tag.(12) it was not until the end of the fifteenth century that the sandglass was depicted as the attribute of Father Time(13) Nations tend to develop myths that attribute positive qualities to their founders and uniqueness to their political institutions.(14) We attributed this decrease to human activities associated with development of the park's infrastructure causing dispersal of animals.(15) The hospital of St Katherine was under royal control and this link emphasised the royal attributes of the saint.(16) The credit card company attributed the improvement to fewer personal bankruptcies and tightened credit control.
(1) physical attribute :: priodoledd corfforol
1. quality ::
2. symbol ::
3. dimension ::
4. ascribe to ::
5. assign ::
Different Formsattribute, attributed, attributes, attributing
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We can ATTRIBUTE that to the stress
of sneaking past the security desk.
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