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  1. represent

    • IPA[ˌreprəˈzent]

    美式

    • v.
      be entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone), especially in an official capacity;(of a competitor) participate in a sports event or other competition on behalf of (one's club, town, region, or country)
    • verb: represent, 3rd person present: represents, gerund or present participle: representing, past tense: represented, past participle: represented

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone), especially in an official capacity:

      for purposes of litigation, an infant can and must be represented by an adult

    • 2. (of a competitor) participate in a sports event or other competition on behalf of (one's club, town, region, or country):

      Owens represented the U.S

    • 3. be an elected member of a legislature for (a particular constituency, party, or group):

      she became the first woman to represent her district

    • 4. act as a substitute for (someone), especially on an official or ceremonial occasion:

      the president was represented by the secretary of state

    • 5. constitute; amount to:

      this figure represents eleven percent of the company's total sales

    • 6. be a specimen or example of; typify:

      twenty parents, picked to represent a cross section of rural life

    • 7. (of a group or type of person or thing) be present or found in something, especially to a particular degree:

      abstraction is well represented in this exhibition

    • 8. depict (a particular subject) in a picture or other work of art:

      santos are small wooden figures representing saints

    • 9. describe or depict (someone or something) as being of a certain nature; portray in a particular way:

      the young were consistently represented as being in need of protection

    • 10. (of a sign or symbol) have a particular signification; stand for:

      the numbers 1–10 represent the letters A–J

    • 11. be a symbol or embodiment of (a particular quality or thing):

      the three heads of Cerberus represent the past, present, and future

    • 12. play the part of (someone) in a theatrical production.
    • 13. state or point out (something) clearly:

      it was represented to him that she would be an unsuitable wife

    • 14. allege; claim:

      the vendors have represented that such information is accurate

    • v. include a disproportionately large number of (a particular category):

    • using telephone owners as the sampling list would seriously over-represent the better off

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    • v. provide with insufficient or inadequate representation:

    • women are under-represented at high levels

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    • IPA[rɛprɪˈzɛnt]

    英式

    • v.
      be entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone), especially in an official capacity:
    • for purposes of litigation, an infant can and must be represented by an adult

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  2. 知識+

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    • 請問represent 和on behalf of有什麼不同

      ...client. I speak on behalf of Tom 有點替Tom說幾句話的口氣 represent 就不限在人或人組成的團體,機構, 但是用在人時, 有比較強烈的代表性, 隱含...