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.
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.
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. A position or activity that particularly suits somebody's talents and personality or that somebody can make his or her own.
2. An area of the market specializing in one type of product or service.
3. Place in nature: The role of an organism within its natural environment that determines its relations with other organisms and ensures its survival.
4. A recess in a wall, especially one made to hold a statue.
5. Hollow place: any recess or hollow, e.g. in a rock formation.
1. She carved out her own niche in the industry.
2. Designed to undercut the competition in the same niche.