pronunciation: /ˈaspɛkt/


a particular part or feature of something: personal effectiveness in all aspects of lifethe financial aspect can be overstressed
a particular way in which something may be considered:from every aspect theirs was a changing world
a particular appearance or quality:the air of desertion lent the place a sinister aspect[mass noun]:a man of decidedly foreign aspect

2 [usually in singular]

the positioning of a building or other structure in a particular direction:a greenhouse with a southern aspect
the side of a building facing a particular direction:the front aspect of the hotel was unremarkable

3 [mass noun]

grammar a category or form which expresses the way in which time is denoted by a verb:the semantics of tense and aspect[count noun]:four verbal aspect

from the oxford dictionary. for a more complete entry, visit the oxford english dictionary.


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