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/ˈkritik/,
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critics, plural;
  1. A person who expresses an unfavorable opinion of something
    • - critics say many schools are not prepared to handle the influx of foreign students
  2. A person who judges the merits of literary, artistic, or musical works, esp. one who does so professionally
    • - a film critic

  1. a person who is professionally engaged in the analysis and interpretation of works of art
  2. anyone who expresses a reasoned judgment of something
  3. someone who frequently finds fault or makes harsh and unfair judgments
  4. (criticism) disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings; "the senator received severe criticism from his opponent"
  5. (criticism) a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
  6. (criticism) a written evaluation of a work of literature
  7. A critic is anyone who expresses a value judgement. Informally, criticism is a common aspect of all human expression and need not necessarily imply skilled or accurate expressions of judgement. ...
  8. Critic is the official magazine of the Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) of the University of Otago. It is freely available around both the university's campus and selected sites in Dunedin city weekly during term time. ...
  9. The Critic is an American prime time animated series revolving around the life of movie critic Jay Sherman, voiced by actor Jon Lovitz. It was created by Al Jean and Mike Reiss, both of whom had worked as writers on The Simpsons. ...
  10. The Critic is a 1963 short animation by director/producer Ernest Pintoff and creator/narrator Mel Brooks, that won an Academy Award for Short Subjects (Cartoons) in 1963.
  11. The Critic: or, a Tragedy Rehearsed is a satire by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. The last of his plays, it was first staged at Drury Lane Theatre in 1779. It is a burlesque on stage acting and play production conventions, and Sheridan considered the first act to be his finest piece of writing. ...
  12. Vanity is the third full length studio album to be released by metalcore band Eighteen Visions. It was their first album to feature a music video, which was for "You Broke Like Glass". ...
  13. A person who appraises the works of others; A specialist in judging works of art; One who criticizes; a person who finds fault; An opponent
  14. (Criticism) Discernment (as in Historical Criticism and Literary Criticism).
  15. (Criticism) A correction suggested by a rating or auditing bureau to an insurer.
  16. (Criticism) Although some aspects of the application process (such as underwriting and insurable interest provisions) make it difficult, life insurance policies have been used in cases of exploitation and fraud. ...
  17. (Criticism) Kant gave this name to his idealist philosophy, considering the criticism of man's cognitive ability to be the purpose of that philosophy. Kant's criticism led him to the conviction that human reason cannot know the nature of things.
  18. (Criticism) Opponents of capitalism such as Marxists oppose the capitalist employment system, considering it to be unfair that the people who contribute the majority of work to an organization do not receive a proportionate share of the profit and that full employment is rarely reached under ...
  19. (Criticism) Some sports writers criticize fantasy sports, especially those involving team sports, of focusing too much on statistics. ...
  20. (Criticism) This is about criticism of the Flash format, Adobe's® Flash® Player and the use of such technology. Depending on subject, some claims might as well apply to similar technologies.
  21. (Criticism) is the action of criticizing, or passing judgment upon the qualities or merits of anything, especially the passing of unfavorable judgment, fault-finding, censure. ...
  22. (Criticism) one of the functions of ego; a judgmental energy that disempowers the recipient as well as the critic. (see egoic functions)
  23. (Criticism) the practice of interpreting or otherwise commenting on literature or art. In popular culture, critics may simply express views about their likes or dislikes, but in academic culture, criticism attempts to be objective and descriptive rather than evaluative. (But see "deconstruction. ...
  24. (Criticism) unjust self-esteem reducer
  25. (criticism) A negative evaluation of a person for something he or she has done or the way he or she is. (ch 8) (276)