Third-person singular simple present indicative form of seek.(verb)
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Use "seeks" in a sentence
"Bill Gaytten has been directing the studio while the label seeks a successor to John Galliano, who was fired in the spring, but Mr. Gaytten has not been seen as a likely candidate for the job since his couture collection, shown in July, was widely panned."
"The word seeks to imitate the sound; a Roman farmer was probably responsible for the Latin grunire, “to grunt; to sound like a rooting pig or sickly cow.”"
"This term seeks to lump together the task of expressing a meaning in a different language and transmitting a creative message to another culture, making the translator here a recreater as well."