2. Sensitive to or appreciative of art or beauty.
3. Relating to the philosophical principles of aesthetics.
A set of principles about art.
1. Aesthetic - beautiful.
2. Someone who loves art.
3. Principles of/about art.
The modernist aesthetic.
Someone who doesn't listen to other people's opinionts. A stubborn person always thinks he's right. Often assosiated with arrogant and acting allknowing. Its the same as obstinate
I don't like stubborn people, they always think they're right and don't listen to anything else.
1. A proper sense of pride and self-respect.
2. Seriousness, respectfulness, or formality in somebody's behavior and bearing.
3. The condition of being worthy of respect, esteem, or honor.
4. The respect or honor that a high rank or position should be shown.
5. A high rank, position, or honor.
What dignity is...
4. What you're supposed to show someone of great power.
Officially: An offensive term that deliberately insults somebody's level of intelligence or education.
In slang: A person who is completely ignorant, an ass, a prik, idiot, etc.
That guy's ignoramus. I despise him.
1. The ability to identify with and understand somebody else's feelings or difficulties.
2. The transfer of somebody's own feelings and emotions to an object such as a painting.
1. Just someone who is very understanding or an empath.
2. Someone who puts his feelings in art.
1. A small grocery store, often found in a Spanish-speaking neighborhood.
2. In a Spanish-speaking country, a wine shop or a warehouse for the storage of wine.
1. I'm off to a bodega to buy some groceries.
2. I'm off to a bodega to buy some wine.
1. Straight and vertical: In an upright position.
2. Physiology firm and rigid: Stiff and swollen as a result of being filled with blood, e.g. when sexually aroused.
3. Right side up: Describes an optically produced image that is right side up and not inverted.
4. To build a structure from basic parts and materials.
5. To fix something in an upright position.
6. To bring an organization, system, or theory into being.
7. To draw or construct a line or figure on a given base.
1. An erect plant stem.
2. An erect penis.
3. An erect picture.
4. The building was erected in 1885.
5. Fixing things..
6. The corporation erected a new legal department to deal with mergers and acquisitions.
7. Drawing an erect graph.