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Verb(1) denote or connote(2) convey or express a meaning(3) make known with a word or signal
(1) the locked door doesn't necessarily signify(2) But if the Yankees haven't won a World Series since 2000, why should their defeat this year signify anything?(3) Frank Griswold and the Trinity Institute have used the image to signify both our rootedness in tradition and our innovation within it.(4) Other inscribed symbols on the slates are a star-like design that she believes means unity and a flower image that may signify two men loving the same woman.(5) Carefully check, too, for any rashes or flaky skin on the scalp - which could signify anything from scalp ringworm to dermatitis.(6) On the other hand, it is not supposed to signify anything more than that; it is not a statement on whether the price that the products fetch in the market and the quantity that the firm sells are acceptable.(7) The fact that it was not deliberately publicised does not, I believe, signify an intention to cover it up.(8) the church used this image to signify the Holy Trinity(9) We know by now that these fateful peculiarities, right after the credits, need not necessarily signify .(10) Frank Laffey, Teagasc National Farm Safety Specialist and chairman of the Farm Safety Partnership Group, said the figures signify the continuing tragedy of death and injury on our farms.(11) Subsequent analyses of the extinction episodes have convinced most experts that the average time between catastrophes varies too greatly to signify anything truly periodic.(12) I will adorn my face and arms with day-glo flowers and whatever other groovy symbols signify the sixties.(13) The title of student does not signify an individual with fewer capabilities or less commitment.(14) Directly in front of Julius were the uniform and the weapons of the deceased General Brice, symbolically placed to signify the end of the war.(15) It seems that the responses do not necessarily signify the intention either to remain in or to move to another province, but they do give an indication of public perceptions and sentiment about other parts of South Africa.(16) It might seem surprising to some that a singer/actor born and bred in Tacoma, Washington, might function symbolically to signify the South.
1. be evidence of ::
wees bewyse van
2. mean ::
3. express ::
uit te druk
4. mean anything ::
5. intend ::
Different Formssignifies, signify, signifying
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