|1.||appearance to the eye; visual effect: the physical aspect of the landscape|
|2.||a distinct feature or element in a problem, situation, etc; facet: to consider every aspect of a problem|
|3.||the way in which a problem, idea, etc, may be considered: to consider a problem from every aspect|
|4.||a facial expression; manner of appearing: a severe aspect|
|5.||a position facing a particular direction; outlook: the southern aspect of a house|
|6.||a view in a certain direction: a good aspect of the village from the tower|
|7.||a surface that faces in a given direction: the ventral aspect of a fish|
|8.||astrology any of several specific angular distances between two planets or a planet and the Ascendant or Midheaven measured, from the earth, in degrees along the ecliptic|
|9.||grammar perfective progressive Compare progressive a category of verbs or verbal inflections that expresses such features as the continuity, repetition, or completedness of the action described|
|a. the compass direction to which a plant habitat is exposed, or the degree of exposure|
|b. the effect of the seasons on the appearance of plants|
|11.||archaic glance or gaze|
|[C14: from Latin aspectus a sight, from aspicere, from ad- to, at + specere to look]|
aspect as·pect (ās'pěkt)
An appearance or look.
The side of an object that faces in a particular direction.