מְבַקֵר, בִּקָרתָן, בַּקָר, כּוֹתֵב בִּקוֹרֶת
Noun(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
(1) It was more closely modelled on the imperial system than either critic or supporter ever concedes.(2) a film critic(3) She worked first as a news reporter, then feature writer, film critic and agony aunt.(4) I was for many years a supporter of the planning system, then a doubter, now a critic .(5) He's also a strident critic of the auction system, and dubious about recent reforms.(6) It takes real guts to stop being just a critic of the system and come up with solutions, both practical and theoretical.(7) His career as a film critic provides particularly revealing clues about his desire to collect.(8) A brief stint as an art editor and critic saw Peeradina reviewing books, plays and movies.(9) For every fan there has been a critic and no player has polarised public opinion more.(10) Threatening to sue in order to silence a critic has simply spread the criticism much, much farther.(11) Sadly it has been used by too many people as a weapon to attack their critics with.(12) You say that critics are sceptical, but I wonder whether this is money well spent.(13) The critics who attacked the work were not of course implying that Dali could not paint.(14) The poll tax had its critics but it was a lot fairer than the current system.(15) It is extremely important for feminist film critics to begin to address these questions.(16) She got poor reviews from the critics , who appear to have turned completely against her.
(1) literary critic :: מבקר הספרות
1. reviewer ::
2. commentator ::
4. analyst ::
5. judge ::
6. pundit ::
Different Formscritic, critics
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