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noun [uncountable] objectivity pronunciation in American English /ˌɑbdʒekˈtɪvəti/
  1. 1
    a state or situation in which something is based only on facts and evidence
    the principles of scientific objectivity
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  2. 2
    the ability to make decisions based on facts rather than on your own personal feelings or beliefs
    It’s easy to lose your objectivity when you’re in love.

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