jet-, -ject, -jecting, -jected, -jection, -jector, -jectory; jacu-, jac-

(Latin: throw, send, fling, hurl, cast; gush; spurt)

objective (s) (noun), objectives (pl)
Something that a person's efforts or actions are intended to accomplish; such as, a purpose, a goal, or a target: The objective of the military attack was to rescue the prisoners in enemy control.

The objective of the recent fund-raising drive was to help the hurricane victims.

Something that a person or people are striving to accomplish.
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objective that a person wants to achieve.
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objectively
objectiveness
objectivism
objectivity
objectless
objector
opaque projector (s) (noun), opaque projectors (pl)
A medium that does not pass radiation of a particular frequency band: Opaque projectors are used to view images of nontransparent materials; such as, printed sheets, pages of books, drawings, mineral specimens, leaves, etc. onto a screen by means of reflected light for lectures and presentations.
orthomorphic projection
A map projection in which a small area is rendered in its true shape.
pilojection
The introduction of hair into an aneurysm to promote obliteration by producing thrombosis in the aneurysm.
project
projectile
projectilephily
A fondness for collecting ammunition.
projection
projectionist