Represent - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- express indirectly by an image, form, or model; be a symbol (syn: symbolize, typify)
- be representative or typical for
- form or compose (syn: be, comprise, constitute, make up)
- perform (a play), especially on a stage (syn: present, stage)
- describe or present, usually with respect to a particular quality
He represented his company at the meeting.
She hired an agent to represent her in the contract negotiations.
Senator Smith represents the state of Connecticut.
The company is represented by a local law firm.
She represented the United States in figure skating at the Olympics.
The court's decision represents a victory for small businesses.
The new prices represent a substantial increase over last year's prices.
Love is represented as a child with a flower.
This photograph represents my childhood.
Never represent yourself as perfect.
She represented the ideal of American culture.
I represented to him that it would be dangerous to do what he suggested.
Our firm is represented in the USA by Mr. Smith.
She represented France in the Olympic Games.
Mr Kobayashi was chosen to represent the company at the conference.
present participle: representing
past tense: represented
past participle: represented