Definition of "presented" []

  • To introduce (a person) to another, esp to someone of higher rank (verb)
  • To introduce to the public (verb)
  • To introduce and compere (a radio or television show) (verb)
  • To show; exhibit (verb)
  • To put forward; submit (verb)
  • To bring or suggest to the mind (verb)
  • To give or award (verb)
  • To endow with or as if with a gift or award (verb)
  • To offer formally (verb)
  • To offer or hand over for action or settlement (verb)
  • To represent or depict in a particular manner (verb)
  • To salute someone with (one's weapon) (usually in the phrase present arms) (verb)
  • To aim or point (a weapon) (verb)
  • To nominate (a clergyman) to a bishop for institution to a benefice in his diocese (verb)
  • To lay (a charge, etc) before a court, magistrate, etc, for consideration or trial (verb)
  • To bring a formal charge or accusation against (a person); indict (verb)
  • (of a grand jury) to take notice of (an offence) from personal knowledge or observation, before any bill of indictment has been drawn up (verb)
  • To seek treatment for a particular symptom or problem (verb)
  • To produce a favourable, etc impression (verb)
  • Anything that is presented; a gift (noun)
  • Having a specified presentation, or a presentation with specified properties. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Simple past tense and past participle of present. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "presented" in a sentence
  • "He has won pretty much every prize his profession has to offer; last month he was presented with the prestigious royal gold medal for ­architecture, a gift of the Queen, ­presented by the Royal Institute for British Architects."
  • "In the categorization condition the label presented was always the letter "O"."
  • "The idea is to grant permission to access data based on the label presented by the authenticated user and the label of the data to be accessed."