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represent

verb [T] (ACT FOR)
替…行動
 
 
/ˌrep.rɪˈzent/
to speak, act or be present officially for another person or people
作為…的代表(或代理人);作為…的代言人
They chose a famous barrister to represent them in court.
他們選了一位著名律師為他們出庭辯護。
Union officials representing the teachers met the government today.
代表教師的工會幹事今天與政府官員會談。
I sent my husband to represent me at the funeral.
我請我丈夫代表我參加葬禮。
Women were well/poorly represented at the conference (= there were many/few present).
出席會議的女性很多/少。
Replacing and exchanging
to be the Member of Parliament, or of Congress, etc. for a particular area
(在議會或國會中等)代表某一地區
Mr Smythe represents Barnet.
斯邁思先生是巴尼特的代表。
Replacing and exchanging
formal to express or complain about something, to a person in authority
提出;表達;向…抗議
We represented our grievances/demands to the boss.
我們向老闆表達了我們的不滿/要求。
Complaining
(Definition of represent verb (ACT FOR) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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