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i·den·ti·fy

(ī-dĕn′tə-fī′)
v. i·den·ti·fied, i·den·ti·fy·ing, i·den·ti·fies
v. tr.
1.
a. To establish or recognize the identity of; ascertain as a certain person or thing: Can you identify what kind of plane that is? I identified the man at the next table as a famous actor.
b. Biology To determine the taxonomic classification of (an organism).
c. To ascertain as having a certain characteristic or feature: job candidates who are identified as overqualified; children who have been identified with hearing loss.
2. To consider as identical or united; equate: The Greek god Ares is identified with the Roman god Mars.
3. To associate or affiliate closely with: writers who are identified with modernism.
v. intr.
1. To consider oneself as sharing certain characteristics or attitudes as another: She identifies strongly with her grandmother.
2. To associate oneself with or admire something, such as a set of ideas: a language learner who identifies with a new culture.
3. To believe or assert that one belongs to a certain group or class: She identifies as a libertarian. He identifies as bisexual.

[Medieval Latin identificāre, to make to resemble : Late Latin identitās, identity; see identity + Latin -ficāre, -fy.]

i·den′ti·fi′a·ble adj.
i·den′ti·fi′a·bly adv.
i·den′ti·fi′er n.

identifier

(aɪˈdɛntɪˌfaɪə)
n
a person or thing that establishes the identity of someone or something
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.identifier - a symbol that establishes the identity of the one bearing it
symbol - an arbitrary sign (written or printed) that has acquired a conventional significance
Translations
identifikátor
tuvasti
identifikatorprimarni ključ

identifier

[aɪˈdentɪfaɪəʳ] Nidentificador m

identifier

n (Comput) → Bezeichner m
References in classic literature ?
Yet there was never a twin born in to this world that did not carry from birth to death a sure identifier in this mysterious and marvelous natal autograph.
The strongest strength of ORCID as a measure to eliminate author ambiguities is that this unique identifier remains associated with an individual throughout the life, even if changes to his/her name or professional affiliations are made.3 Another prominent feature of ORCID is that it is available free of charge to anyone involved in scholarly communications (including freelance editors and others), unlike other proprietary registering services, can have an ORCID account.4 The compatibility and integration of ORCID with a wide variety of bibliographic databases and exchange of data with other unique author identifiers has made it "unique" in itself.
THE Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS) Plc has been accredited by the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) to perform all Local Operating Unit (LOU) services in Nigeria.
Over the first weekend of December, I skimmed through the many responses the FDA received for its "Product Identifiers Under the Drug Supply Chain Security Act Questions and Answers'"draft guidance (see "FDA Posts Two Final DSCSA Guidances And A Draft Product Identifier Q&A Document" and "FDA's Late Recommendation On Human Readable").
- On the jobsite, the contractor or technician downloads same identifiers and test setups into the Fluke Networks Versiv Cabling Certification System, performs the tests, and uploads testing results for each identifier to LinkWare Live.
It says: "Each asset such as a texture called for by legacy software such as a legacy computer game software has a unique identifier associated with it.
App developers will get paid for every unique identifier they add to Stirista's database.
According to (http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs3.asp?ActID=3004&ChapterID=57) BIPA , "No private entity may collect, capture, purchase, receive through trade, or otherwise obtain a person's or a customer's biometric identifier or biometric information, unless it first, informs the subject or the subject's legally authorized representative in writing that a biometric identifier or biometric information is being collected or stored" and "of the specific purpose and length of term for which a biometric identifier or biometric information is being collected, stored, and used."
TrustID, the provider of pre-answer caller authentication services for financial institutions, has expanded its portfolio of software-as-a-service offerings with the launch of TrustID Identifier, a caller authentication and identification solution for customer call centers, the company said.
[1] They are therefore well positioned to be leveraged as a vehicle to provide newborn infants with a unique patient identifier. In SA, the patient-retained immunisation record, referred to as the Road to Health booklet (RTHB), is a comprehensive child health document that includes health-promotion information, as well as growth and developmental monitoring tools and the ability to track adherence to the PMTCT programme.
Helsinki, Finland, May 03, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Ubisecure (www.ubisecure.com), a leading b2b Identity Services software provider and cloud services enabler, today announced it has gained accreditation from the Global Legal Identifier Entity Foundation (GLEIF) to issue and maintain Legal Entity Identifiers (LEI).