- v. Simple past tense and past participle of represent.
- adj. represented accurately or precisely
“The idea that I thought that the term represented was certainly helpful to me, in understanding the delights of twists and turns of plot and character.”
“If the term represented the physical quantity that appears in the continuous equations I would expect to see calculations that look like the description.”
“Thus from its first use, the term represented an attempt at a perfect thought system, the unity of reason and revela - tion, but present in the history of thought only as an ideal which may be said to be “regulative” (in Kant's sense) and directive of man's striving for intellectual unity.”
“For a few centuries afterwards the title represented an empire which was but a quarter fact, three-quarters tradition, the emperor being duly elected by the diet of German princes, but by no means submissively obeyed.”
“Within 24 hours, the tag represented nearly 1 of every 500 uses of a hashtag.”
“Type: Type of the expression represented by the syntax node.”
“But perhaps the name represented other ideas and aspirations that Stephen Wall harbored for his son.”
“Finally, a new and improved version was developed and named C, which, Ritchie mused, "left open the question whether the name represented a progression through the alphabet or through the letters BCPL".”
“The sodium level stated on the label represented the average of three batches of products, the company said.”
“Two of the words in the title represented the number 1 industry term for the business.”
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