Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Represent"

The meaning of "Represent" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does represent mean?
A: You can represent a factual statement. It has a stronger feeling that you are validating the truth than if you say, "he said." He represented to me that he was innocent.

You can represent a person. This means you are the person who handles certain affairs for people.

I represent many different clients.

It has a number of other meanings also.
Q: What does represent mean?
A: 表す. It basically means, to stand for, express or signify.

"This flag represents our country."
"The color red represents passion."
"He represents everything bad about this group."

It can also mean standing in place of someone else, often legally.

Defense lawyer: I represent the defendant.

Businessman: I represent my corporation in this meeting.
Q: What does represent mean?
A: To speak, act or be present officially in place of another person.

Example:

•They chose a famous barrister to *represent* them in court.

•Women were well *represented* at the conference.

I hope this gonna be useful for you. ;)
Q: What does represent yourself mean?
A: show yourself (be who you really are: joyful, shy, etc)
Q: What does "represent" in 477 mean?
A: The person is saying that they're only there to be there and not do anything, and then telling someone else to pull.

Example sentences using "Represent"

Q: Please show me example sentences with represent .
A: This song represents… (example: this song represents the singer’s sadness and regret for how he treated his ex-girlfriend)

I represent Team USA in the Olympics (this means that I am on the United States’ team in the Olympics)

A lawyer is a person who can represent a client in court
Q: Please show me example sentences with represent.
A: Kim Yuna represents korea in figure skating.

Q: Please show me example sentences with represent.
A: The lawyer Mr. Mason represented many clients in criminal trials.
It would be my honor to represent the U.S. at the Olympics.
The red rose represents love, while the white rose represents purity.
I represent the interests of the California dock workers.
I didn't say that. Don't misrepresent me.
The four horses at the corners of the painting represent strife.
Hell yeah! Navy represent! (If you used to be in the Navy and you found out your favorite baseball player was also in the Navy, or you met someone else who used to be in the Navy.)
Q: Please show me example sentences with represent.
A: 1. "Ttyl" is supposed to represent the words "Talk to you later"

2. I represent the Smith family.

3. This gift represents my love for my husband.

Synonyms of "Represent" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between represent and announce ?
A: To announce something is make something known
" I will now announce the winners of the pageant!"

Represent is hard to explain but here's an example
"I represent my team and my school"

"I represent every white female out there"

You kinda get it?
Q: What is the difference between represent and on behalf of ?
A: Represent has multiple meanings. I assume you are referring to the legal meaning which is similar to acting "on behalf of" someone (in an official capacity).

If you "represent" someone or do something "on behalf of someone" it means you speak or act in place of that person.

Instead of letting that person speak or act for himself/herself, you speak or act based on what you believe the other person wants you to do (or based on what you think is best for the other person).

In this context, "represent" is the verb meaning to speak/act on behalf of someone else (in an official capacity) whereas "on behalf of" is an expression describing an act performed while representing someone else.

Examples:

"I hired a lawyer to represent you in the court hearing tomorrow."

"I decided to represent the opposing side in the class debate because no one else volunteered."

"Susan had to speak on behalf of David at the meeting because David was unable to attend."

"I wrote a letter to the head teacher on behalf of my fellow classmates regarding Mr. Jones' inappropriate behaviour in the classroom."
Q: What is the difference between represent and describe ?
A: This bird represents freedom and bravery.
The flag represents the pride of the people.
The president usually represents the people of the country.

The book describes the author's experiences as a child.
I can describe my experience abroad.
She described her new dress, mentioning every detail.

Hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between represent and representative ?
A: Represent is a verb; representative is an adjective.

"I represent him."
"I am representative of him."
Q: What is the difference between represent and symbolize ?
A: Represent/symbolize are sort of like "it shows that/it basically means this" like, a wedding ring symbolizes that you are married or engaged. So it shows the fact that you're married.
So in your example, the death of Tecumseh shows the Indian's defense was over.

Translations of "Represent"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? represented mean
A: Represented meanly
Represent mean
Represented it mean
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