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Synonyms for define

determine the essential quality of

give a definition for the meaning of a word

determine the nature of

show the form or outline of

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decide upon or fix definitely

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The author is a tireless definer and theorist of the relationships between labor, work, and thinking.
In most European countries and Canada, nihilism is not only the dominant culture but the national religion: rather than pass laws ratifying citizens' convictions about what is right and wrong, the all-powerful State now sets itself up as the definer of good and evil, in defiance of the deepest convictions of the population.
The new version of the software includes additional database and systems management integration, a new process definer, Linux compatibility and the '.
Definer Model 2000 is an ultra-sanitary multi-purpose mill that is suitable for the deagglomeration of foods, pharmaceuticals, wet and dry chemicals in laboratory as well as production applications.
Not so with the introduction of Calvin Klein's eye definer at pounds 9.
Path Definer -- defining the future direction for the city, while believing that they can influence the city's future;
Through such vehicles, technology is cast in the role of instigator, definer, and enforcer of standards in medicine.
If you read the matrimonial advertisements that are an important feature of Indian newspapers, it seems that fairness of skin is the most important definer of beauty.
Most recently, he's been producing a point-of-purchase video for a lip definer called "The Downtown Look.
Both a state of mind and a state of culture, technopoly is an affliction of individuals and societies in which technology becomes the chief source of authority, definer of life-goals and provider of satisfaction.
Charles Jencks, the definer of Post-Modernism for thirty years, discusses some issues that have re-emerged today, while the young group of British architects, FAT, (Sean Griffiths, Charles Holland and Sam Jacob) argues for a particular version of RPM.
Beauty ed: A slightly strange concept - a cream eyeshadow that's also a brow definer.