écrit le: 14 novembre 2011 par admin
appear (transitive verb, intransitive and pronominal) represented by the painting, for sculpture. Be shaped. Allegorically represented. Published: appear in a ballet. Imagine: imagine, imagine.
Shape, a figure of something (see Figure IA). (Ds Littré, DG, Rob. Lar. Lang. Fr.)
Giving an item, a representation – the natural or conventional – as to make visible (especially sight) aspect or feature of nature, and ultimately, the particular existence.
Create in the minds the image of someone or something.
Representation be more or less approximate, conventional or typical of an element, usually as the result of an analogy.
Be the representation is perceptible to the sight of an element, usually by virtue of a similarity in appearance.
Be the typical representation of an abstract or a concrete element in its fundamental value or functional, by virtue of an analogy of nature or value.
To represent the spirit of something / someone.
Imagine someone / something in the imagination, in his own mind the image of someone / something.
Perform dance figures.
Get noticed, occupy a prominent place.
Getting a mention honorable behavior, nothing more.
Played no role.
Keep a bystander.
Have a decorative function, simple sidekick.
Occupy a place which is visible in a certain framework.
Be registered in the directory, etc..
Having your name on a list.
Be part of, participate.
Be part of, a place in an ensemble, be included.
Be mentioned in (a set).
Shaping, giving a figure.
Artist representing something / someone by drawing or painting.
That can be imagined.
Who can have a visible representation.
Which can be represented in the mind.
have the form of