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(tr) to present again
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to present again or anew.
1. to serve to stand for or denote, as a word or symbol does; symbolize: In this story the black bird represents evil.
2. to express or designate by some symbol, character, or the like: to represent musical sounds by notes.
3. to stand or act in place of, as an agent or substitute: to represent one's company.
4. to speak and act for by delegated authority: to represent one's government.
5. to portray; depict.
6. to describe as having a particular character: to represent oneself as wealthy.
7. to set forth with a view to influencing opinion.
8. to impersonate, as in acting.
9. to serve as an example of.
10. to be the equivalent of; correspond to.v.i.
11. to protest.
[1325–75; < Middle French representer < Latin repraesentāre to bring about immediately =re- re- + praesentāre to present2]
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Past participle: re-presented
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