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/ˈkritəˌsīz/,
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criticized, past tense; criticising, present participle; criticizes, 3rd person singular present; criticises, 3rd person singular present; criticised, past tense; criticised, past participle; criticizing, present participle; criticized, past participle;
  1. Indicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way
    • - states criticized the failure to provide an adequate and permanent compensation
    • - technicians were criticized for defective workmanship
  2. Form and express a sophisticated judgment of (a literary or artistic work)
    • - a literary text may be criticized on two grounds: the semantic and the expressive

  1. knock: find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"
  2. act as a critic; "Those who criticize others often are not perfect, either"
  3. (criticism) disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings; "the senator received severe criticism from his opponent"
  4. (criticism) a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
  5. (criticism) a written evaluation of a work of literature
  6. "Criticize" is Alexander O'Neal's biggest UK hit to date. It reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. It was also one of his only two hits to chart in the Ireland Singles Chart (reached #14). ...
  7. Criticism is the judgement of the merits and faults of the work or actions of one individual by another (the critic). To criticise does not necessarily imply to find fault, but the word is often taken to mean the simple expression of prejudice or disapproval.
  8. to find fault (with something); to evaluate (something), and judge its merits and faults
  9. (Criticism) Discernment (as in Historical Criticism and Literary Criticism).
  10. (Criticism) A correction suggested by a rating or auditing bureau to an insurer.
  11. (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. ...
  12. (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.
  13. (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 ...
  14. (Criticism) Some sports writers criticize fantasy sports, especially those involving team sports, of focusing too much on statistics. ...
  15. (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.
  16. (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. ...
  17. (Criticism) one of the functions of ego; a judgmental energy that disempowers the recipient as well as the critic. (see egoic functions)
  18. (Criticism) the art of appraising others at one's own value.
  19. (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. ...
  20. (Criticism) unjust self-esteem reducer
  21. (criticism) A negative evaluation of a person for something he or she has done or the way he or she is. (ch 8) (276)
  22. (criticism) The application of specific methods of study to biblical writings to determine their origins, editing, influences, sources, traditions, forms, and claims, in order to better understand and interpret the biblical text.
  23. Criticism occurs when spouses attack each other’s character, rather than a specific behavior.
  24. Main article: Criticism of Coca-Cola The Coca-Cola Company has been criticized for its business practices, such as high levels of pesticides in the developing world and alleged use of paramilitary squads in South America; critics also claim its flagship product has adverse health effects and is ...
  25. Express your judgment or correctness or merit. Discuss the limitations and good points or contributions of the plan or work in question.