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Meaning of “seem” - Learner’s Dictionary

seem

verb     /siːm/
seem happy/a nice person, etc; seem like/as if, etc
B1 to appear to be a particular thing or to have a particular quality: She seemed happy enough. It seemed like a good idea at the time. There doesn't seem to be any real solution. [+ (that)] It seems that the bars close early here. It seems to me (= I think) that she's in the wrong job.Seeming and purporting to beFaking and pretending
Translations of “seem”
in Arabic يَبدو…
in Korean -인 듯 보이다…
in Malaysian kelihatan…
in French sembler, paraître…
in Italian sembrare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 似乎, 仿佛…
in Vietnamese dường như…
in Spanish parecer…
in Portuguese parecer…
in Thai ดูเหมือนว่า…
in German scheinen…
in Catalan semblar…
in Japanese ~のようである, ~のように見える…
in Indonesian memberi kesan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 似乎, 仿佛…
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