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Verb(1) determine the essential quality of(2) give a definition for the meaning of a word(3) determine the nature of(4) show the form or outline of(5) decide upon or fix definitely
(1) it's hard to define Irishness(2) In what follows, I use this painting to define the broad outlines of the Renaissance, touching on some of the key ideas and concepts that are central to an understanding of what is meant when this contentious term is used.(3) Solahudin suggested a periodic dialog among religious organizations to communicate their aspirations and define the clear direction of their respective struggles.(4) The so-called ├ö├ç├┐moral law├ö├ç├û is certainly definable, but to clearly define the boundaries of ceremonial and civil law is far more complex.(5) But when one sits down to apply this term to concrete situations, we may vary widely in the way we define the word.(6) the contract will seek to define the client's obligations(7) To do so, military leadership must set up and define clear goals of what it wishes to attain.(8) A delicate paper triptych titled Menstruation Carnations used pencil and blood to define three starkly outlined, centralized flowers.(9) Founded by Cardinal Richelieu in 1635, its purpose was to produce a dictionary that would define all significant words of the French language.(10) Costumes help define character and establish setting.(11) After some debate, the team agreed to define the Diaspora as broadly as possible and thus to include the greatest number of peoples and cultural forms in the exhibition.(12) Part II reviews how municipalities define their own character and set standards to zone with respect to community character.(13) It's fun to ask people to define the phrase ├ö├ç├┐graphic novel.├ö├ç├û(14) First, these four movies pushed me more than the rest to define a clear set of aesthetic principles by which to evaluate them.(15) There is just so much variety and different perceptions of the word ├ö├ç├┐Adventure├ö├ç├û that people have come up with all sorts of activities to define this word.(16) Before constructing software, it is essential to gather the main requirements, to define a clear architecture, and to give a broad outline of the reused parts.
(1) define :: diffinio
1. explain ::
2. determine ::
3. outline ::
4. delimit ::
5. delineate ::
6. fix ::
Different Formsdefine, defined, defines, defining
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