- depict (someone or something) in a work of art or literature；describe (someone or something) in a particular way
verb: portray, 3rd person present: portrays, gerund or present participle: portraying, past tense: portrayed, past participle: portrayed
- 1. depict (someone or something) in a work of art or literature:
the ineffectual Oxbridge dons portrayed by Evelyn Waugh
- 2. describe (someone or something) in a particular way:
the book portrayed him as a self-serving careerist
- 3. (of an actor) play the part of (someone) in a film or play:
he chose Trevor Howard to portray Captain Bligh
- v.depict (someone or something) in a work of art or literature:
- the author wanted to portray a new type of hero
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