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- noun See
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- adjective Able to be
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- adjective capable of being recognized
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This DA that we are all familiar with is, in short, recognisable as the local peddler of an ideology that is well known internationally.
The Conservative party's "scribbled" tree logo was next worst while the Lib-Dems' "Bird of Liberty" was described as "recognisable" and reflecting the party's commitment to freedom.
The river widens away before us; the flats are green on either side; the mountains are pierced with terraces of rock-cut tombs; while far away inland, apparently on the verge of the desert, we see here a clump of sycamores – yonder a dark hillock – midway between both a confused heap of something that may be either fallen rock or fallen masonry; but nothing that looks like a Temple, nothing to indicate that we are already within recognisable distance of the grandest ruins in the world.
Jerusalem was not a sure thing for Broadway, especially not with an almost all- British cast with no name recognisable to the vast majority of Americans.
To call these places villages conveys the idea of recognisable streets and houses.
The DP's Gauteng branch said in a separate statement it was understandable that Selebi was not as "recognisable" as he would have liked.
You’re just a small grey box, but you saved the video game industry and made Nintendo a name recognisable by almost anyone.
2 Impresarios are waking up to the need to create a "narrative": aka a recognisable sequence of championship races, properly defined and explained.
A source told The Sun that Jones was "recognisable" in America because of his romantic involvement with stars like Halle Berry and Hayden Panettiere.
It's flashy, and recognisable, meaning it's more likely to be stolen Lack of (sigh) multitasking can hit productivity in class.