Bedeutung von “represent” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb [ T ] us uk /ˌreprɪˈzent/
Extra Examples
These bomb attacks represent a change of tactics by the terrorists.This represents a great leap forward in technology.These prices represent excellent value.The announcement represents a U-turn by the government.The sale figures represent a significant improvement on last year's results.

B2 to be equal to something:

In practice the figure represents a 10% pay cut.
The cancellation of the new road project represents a victory for protesters.

to officially speak or do something for someone else because they have asked you to:

The union represents over 200 employees.

B2 to be the person from a country, school, etc that is in a competition


B2 to be a sign or symbol of something:

The crosses on the map represent churches.

to show someone or something in a particular way

(Definition von “represent” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)