2. To express or feel disapproval, dislike, or distaste; be averse to.
3. To refuse or attempt to refuse to permit some action, speech, etc.
4. Anything that is visible or tangible and is relatively stable in form.
2. A thing, person, or matter to which thought or action is directed: "It was an object of medical investigation."
3. The end toward which effort or action is directed; a goal; a purpose: "Profit is the object of any business."
2. The purpose, aim, or goal of a specific action or effort: Marina's object was to win the game for her family.
2. To put forward as a reason for opposition; offer as criticism; to disapprove: Many people object to and frown on the excessive violence and vulgarity on TV and in movies.
Ken didn't object to the object Mildred put on his desk.
ONS is similar to the Domain Name Service, which points computers to sites on the internet.
Despite unsubstantiated claims, there is no evidence that UFO's are alien spacecraft. When investigated, the vast majority of sightings turn out to have been of natural or identifiable objects, notably bright stars and planets, meteors, aircraft, and satellites, or to have been perpetrated by pranksters.