Etymology
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objectify (v.)

"present as an object," especially as an object of sense, by 1838, from Medieval Latin obiectum (see object (n.)) + -fy. Related: Objectified; objectifying.

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Definitions of objectify

objectify (v.)
make external or objective, or give reality to;
Synonyms: exteriorize / exteriorise / externalize / externalise
objectify (v.)
make impersonal or present as an object;
Synonyms: depersonalize / depersonalise
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