Rufino Jimenez

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ab·stract  



adjective

abˈstrakt,ˈabˌstrakt/

1.    1.

existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence.

"abstract concepts such as love or beauty"

synonyms:

theoreticalconceptualnotionalintellectualmetaphysicalidealphilosophical,academic

rare ideational

"abstract conceptualizational"

 

verb

abˈstrakt/

1.    1.

consider (something) theoretically or separately from something else.

"to abstract math and art from their historical context can lead to anachronism"

“to create a mathematical formula as an abstract, from which to quantify all human experience in the engagement of art.”

2.    2.

extract or remove (something).

"applications to abstract more information from a text"

synonyms:

extractisolateseparatedetach

"he abstracted the art of tragedy from its context"

 

3.     

noun

ˈabˌstrakt/

1.    1.

a summary of the contents of a book, article, or formal speech.

"an abstract of his MFA thesis"

synonyms:

summarysynopsisprécisrésuméoutlineabridgmentdigestsummation

wrap-up

"an abstract of his book, journal, short story, or dissertation"

2.    2.

an abstract work of art.

"a big unframed abstract"

  “an immeasurably prodigious unbounded expansive articulation of abstractive ejaculations of protestation, works on paper”