characternounuk /ˈkær.ək.tər/ us /ˈker.ək.tɚ/
character noun (QUALITY)
- The area where I grew up has been all modernized and has lost all its old character.
- It's very tasteful, their house, but I can't help thinking it lacks a little character.
- Closing the factory would irrevocably alter the character of the local community for the worse.
- There's a marked contrast between his character and hers.
- The way he drives says a lot about his character.
character noun (IN A STORY)
- The Incredible Hulk is a character in a comic who turns from a scientist into a two-metre tall monster.
- Michelle is the central female character in ITV's latest comedy series.
- In the movie she's depicted as a very cold and calculating character.
- The characters in the book are just stereotypes.
- Charles Schulz created the characters 'Snoopy' and 'Charlie Brown'.
character noun (PERSON)
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character noun (MARK)