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    Use "represent" in a sentence

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    1. Today I would like to suggest to them that this change of terminology could represent a change in perspective


    2. "What media source do you represent?" Theo was still relaxed, but the young woman had intrigued him


    3. ‘Lucky old Stephen being called in to represent you


    4. ”It’s what you represent


    5. How can we gain more insight to what the darkness and the depths represent if the Spirit and the waters are the opposites? The problem really comes down to the deep being opposite of the waters


    6. The horns represent 10 kings


    7. Is there any crown more fitting for Him to have? Maybe something that we need to examine would be what the thorns represent


    8. The whole was intended to represent the living rooms of sumptuous Stephanian homes, even down to the television set and the welcoming fireplace effect set into a bulkhead


    9. She was still staring at him, "It's just the way you depicted it I guess, most would represent this as a square wave


    10. These machines represent a leap ahead over the old


















































































    1. He earned that tattoo and it represented his profession and his experience and his time


    2. Stu represented the epitome health and vitality, walking with all of the


    3. This planet represented a primitive phase in primate development, the phase of individuals


    4. He represented himself with the most secular personification of any of the officers


    5. From the four places on her torso where the artificial, machine limbs would have attached had they been represented, what looked like endless colored veins extended out from the neural interface ports, representing the connections between the breaching ship’s systems and the neural processors set in Chief Horcheese’s torso


    6. And what is it that is represented at the cross that so exposes them? Nothing more grants us access into an understanding of how they operate like the cross of Jesus Christ


    7. Stu represented the epitome health and vitality, walking with all of the swagger that a broad shouldered and confident young man at ease amid a timeless landscape should possess


    8. "No they are not supernatural, they are simulated humans, as our audio is simulated acoustic energy represented by electrical energy


    9. The Son is represented in the light, and of course the Spirit (ruach) hovered over the waters


    10. God as Father is represented in that He could not just allow the world to continue in darkness and chaos


















































































    1. From the four places on her torso where the artificial, machine limbs would have attached had they been represented, what looked like endless colored veins extended out from the neural interface ports, representing the connections between the breaching ship’s systems and the neural processors set in Chief Horcheese’s torso


    2. The logic of their minds is not performed with nerve cells and hormones but with silicon representations of neurons with global constants representing hormone levels and digital memory representing nucleotide sequences


    3. He took a wand and drew a curve representing the bottom of the globe, then drew the bundle off of it


    4. On his head played theorems and equations, numbers and symbols, representing the sciences


    5. I’m very convinced that ship out there,” he pointed to the dot representing the bogie on his screen, “is the Curitiba and that it means to take action against us, if it hasn’t already


    6. symbols, representing the sciences


    7. drawn wagons representing the bulk of the traffic


    8. Still, an artificial intelligence representing the leader of the Acheronian Star showing up here of all places is way too weird to be a coincidence


    9. Still, an artificial intelligence representing the leader of the Acheronian Star showing up here of all places is way too weird to be a coincidence


    10. Belle and George were both pleased at the addition; representing to them the new advent of tradition that was soon to transform their family's own training for generations to come


















































































    1. The first best is a lion – king of the jungle – that represents Babylon


    2. The second beast was a bear, which represents Medo-Persia


    3. The third beast was a leopard, which represents Greece


    4. It represents the Rome, but ultimately the Antichrist Kingdom


    5. Everything that David was, and everything that David represents, is a depiction of Christ Jesus and His eternal Rule


    6. There is something about that Bride – not of us individually – that so represents God, that He has actually exalted it to a place of stature, and a name above other names, that He calls it part of Himself


    7. She represents someone who is more important to the king than the public suspects


    8. When Patients come for a hypnotherapy consultation, it is always helpful to explain to them the way in which the brain takes in, filters and represents information to consistently produce specific states


    9. Your skin represents the


    10. Represents a named elite


















































































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    Synonyms for "represent"

    map represent lay out present stand for symbolise symbolize typify interpret stage act play defend be comprise constitute make up correspond exemplify depict characterise characterize impersonate portray delineate

    "represent" definitions

    take the place of or be parallel or equivalent to


    express indirectly by an image, form, or model; be a symbol


    be representative or typical for


    be a delegate or spokesperson for; represent somebody's interest or be a proxy or substitute for, as of politicians and office holders representing their constituents, or of a tenant representing other tenants in a housing dispute


    serve as a means of expressing something


    be characteristic of


    form or compose


    be the defense counsel for someone in a trial


    create an image or likeness of


    play a role or part


    perform (a play), especially on a stage


    describe or present, usually with respect to a particular quality


    point out or draw attention to in protest or remonstrance


    bring forward and present to the mind


    to establish a mapping (of mathematical elements or sets)