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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of apply.

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Examples

  • The term applies to any combination of vitamins and minerals in any strength, as long as they are listed on the label.

    Multivitamins: So Many Types, So Many Labels

  • The term applies to any combination of vitamins and minerals in any strength, as long as they are listed on the label.

    Multivitamins: So Many Types, So Many Labels

  • DYNAMITE: The term applies to TNT's bittersweet Men of a Certain Age, continuing its terrific second season, but not so much to the instantly tiresome new legal dramedy Franklin & Bash, which implodes in the belief that aggressive quirkiness, smarmy frat-boy sexual innuendo and a "suits are douches" philosophy will endear its Peter Pan protagonists to a wide audience.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • The term applies to any combination of vitamins and minerals in any strength, as long as they are listed on the label.

    Multivitamins: So Many Types, So Many Labels

  • Broadly defined, simulcra can be robotic, but in this context the term applies to a nonmechanical imitation.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Broadly defined, simulcra can be robotic, but in this context the term applies to a nonmechanical imitation.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • Broadly defined, simulcra can be robotic, but in this context the term applies to a nonmechanical imitation.

    Dancing with Werewolves

  • We may take it that the term applies to the suddenness of the struck blow and the corresponding speed at which news is transmitted these days.

    Underworld

  • We may take it that the term applies to the suddenness of the struck blow and the corresponding speed at which news is transmitted these days.

    Underworld

  • We may take it that the term applies to the suddenness of the struck blow and the corresponding speed at which news is transmitted these days.

    Underworld

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