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Definition of "representing" []

  • To stand as an equivalent of; correspond to (verb)
  • To act as a substitute or proxy (for) (verb)
  • To act as or be the authorized delegate or agent for (a person, country, etc) (verb)
  • To serve or use as a means of expressing (verb)
  • To exhibit the characteristics of; exemplify; typify (verb)
  • To present an image of through the medium of a picture or sculpture; portray (verb)
  • To bring clearly before the mind (verb)
  • To set forth in words; state or explain (verb)
  • To describe as having a specified character or quality; make out to be (verb)
  • To act out the part of on stage; portray (verb)
  • To perform or produce (a play); stage (verb)
  • Present participle of represent. (verb)

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Use "representing" in a sentence
  • "Davis was re-elected Nov. 2 with about 80 percent of the vote to another term representing a congressional district that spans economically and racially diverse areas from Chicago to the western suburbs."
  • "Davis was re-elected Nov. 2 with about 80% of the vote to another term representing a congressional district that spans economically and racially diverse areas from Chicago to the western suburbs."
  • "Ms. Figueres, a consultant living in Washington, D.C., left the U.N. board in January, when her term representing her native Costa Rica was up."