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Translation of "represent" - English-Turkish dictionary

represent

verb [T]     /ˌreprɪˈzent/
BE
B2 to be equal to something anlamına gelmek, ...ile eşit olmak; örneğini oluşturmak, göstermek In practice the figure represents a 10% pay cut. The cancellation of the new road project represents a victory for protesters.Existing and being
SPEAK FOR
to officially speak or do something for someone else because they have asked you to temsil etmek; ...ın/in adına hareket etmek The union represents over 200 employees.Replacing and exchanging
COMPETITION
B2 to be the person from a country, school, etc that is in a competition yarışmalarda bir ülkeyi temsil etmek Competing and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sportCompetitions, and parts of competitions
SIGN
B2 to be a sign or symbol of something sembolize etmek; ...ın/in simgesi olmak The crosses on the map represent churches.Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
SHOW
to show someone or something in a particular way göstermek, sunmak, açıklamak, bildirmek Representation in art and in general
(Definition of represent from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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