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1. The object of a person’s ambition or effort; a destination, an aim. 2. The prime postulate, the prime intention. 3. The result or achievement toward which effort is directed; aim; end. 4. The terminal point in a race.


1. A conception of something in its absolute perfection. 2. One that is regarded as a standard or model of perfection or excellence. 3. An ultimate object of endeavor; goal. 4. An honorable or worthy principle or aim.


1. A plan of action; a design. 2. An aim that guides action; an object. 3. A determination to act in a particular manner.


1. Dealing with outward things or exhibiting facts uncolored by feelings or opinions; not subjective. 2. External to the mind; actually existing; real. 3. Something sought or aimed at; an objective point.


1. A result or effect; consequence. Outcomes are what come about from the implementations of plans.


1. The reason for the system, process or action. 2. An object to be obtained; a thing intended. 3. The aim or goal of a person, what the person is trying to become.


1. A complex whole’ set of connected things or parts; organized body of material or immaterial. 2. A network of interdependent components that work together to accomplish the aim of the system. 3. The performance of the whole results from the interaction of the parts, not from the sum of the parts. 4. Things need to come together in harmony, not each part doing its best, an orchestra is a good example.


1. A clearly stated and specific ideal outcome (its quality attributes) of a system or process in written, visual or numeric form. 2. An objective or result aimed at.

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