abstraction en Vietnamita
Have you been in Cuba? asked Roberto, roused from his abstraction.
A domain in our sense may constitute quite a sophisticated (or even problematical) abstraction from perceptual experience.
And as to ideas, entities, abstractions, and transcendentals, I could never drive the least conception into their heads.
And the doorknob is an abstraction of a particular formation of brass, nickel, iron, or steel.
Her dreamy abstraction, the look in her eyes when he does not notice her, suggests she does.
It is obvious that this is only an abstraction, which often does not match the reality.
NAS uses an additional abstraction layer to make another system believe that a portion of its disk is a virtual local disk.
So, on the next day, Sam again questioned the old man about his air of sadness and abstraction.
Sounds of digging alongside the cultivated strips of ground again roused him from his abstraction.
The base concept of the Shape object is a convenient abstraction of common properties, without a real-world equivalent.
a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance: concept, conception, abstract, construct, thing, right, teacher, absolute
a semiabstract painting: painting, picture
the act of withdrawing or removing something: remotion, removal
the process of formulating general concepts by abstracting common properties of instances: generalisation, theorization, generalization, theorisation
an abstract painting: picture, painting
a general concept formed by extracting common features from specific examples: group, psychological feature, communication, measure, entity, otherworld, amount, abstract entity, relation, attribute, set, quantity, grouping
preoccupation with something to the exclusion of all else: revery, abstractedness, reverie, absorption, preoccupancy, engrossment, preoccupation