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Pronunciation of Representing: Learn how to pronounce Representing in English correctly

Learn how to say Representing correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word represent:

[with object]
1be entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone), especially in an official capacity:
for purposes of litigation, an infant can and must be represented by an adult
(of a competitor) participate in a sporting event on behalf of (one’s club, town, region, or country):
Wade represented Great Britain
be an elected Member of Parliament or member of a legislature for (a particular constituency or party):
she became the first woman to represent a South Wales mining valley
act as a substitute for (someone), especially on an official occasion:
the Duke of Edinburgh was represented by the Countess Mountbatten
2constitute; amount to:
this figure represents eleven per cent of the company’s total sales
be a specimen or example of; typify:
twenty parents, picked to represent a cross section of Scottish life
(be represented) be present in something to a particular degree:
abstraction is well represented in this exhibition
3depict (a particular subject) in a work of art:
santos are small wooden figures representing saints
[with object and adverbial or infinitive] describe or portray in a particular way:
the young were consistently represented as being in need of protection
(of a sign or symbol) have a particular signification; stand for:
numbers 1-15 represent the red balls
be a symbol or embodiment of:
the three heads of Cerberus represent the past, present, and future
play (a role) in a theatrical production.
4 formal state or point out clearly:
it was represented to him that she would be an unsuitable wife
[with clause] allege; claim:
the vendors have represented that such information is accurate


Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/



late Middle English: from Old French representer or Latin repraesentare, from re- (expressing intensive force) + praesentare ‘to present’