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to give a verbal account of

Synonyms for describe

to give an account or representation of in words

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make a mark or lines on a surface

identify as in botany or biology, for example

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I'm an audio describer for theatre which means that I provide a live verbal commentary of a play for blind and partially-sighted audience members," Alastair said.
This order implies an increase in the extent to which the describer makes explicit for the AD audience what the sighted audience is expected to infer from the moving image.
Moiles said that at some theaters in Boston at matinees "there are many people with seeing eye dogs listening to the describer.
Writing at a time before political correctness became obligatory, the describer, Oldfield Thomas (1902), explained that use of the names recognised that young women and bats are equally flighty creatures.
I present a new type of AD for auteur and artistic films: auteur description, which incorporates the director's creative vision in the AD script through the use of a screenplay (or other available materials, such as interviews and reviews) and thus gives the audio describer the artistic license to depart from the dictate of objectivism.
Two British Sign Language interpreters and an audio describer will be available to offer free guided tours on the night.
Unfortunately, at some point in his life it seems Chabon was told that he is a good describer, and he took the compliment too much to heart.
Italian media describer the clashes as 'Guerrila Warfare'.
Though Coleridge felt that he himself was a poor describer, and does seem from the notebooks to be a mediocre sketcher of mountain pathways and assorted lumps on the horizon, Paley's generous quotations allow us to see him as a deeply engaged viewer, recording, for example, that face-to-face with Beaumont's drawing "Waterfall at Keswick" Coleridge was flooded with "deep emotions," with "tears," and "weeping" (5-6).
Thus, investigation of the genital and pelvic kidney collecting ducts of rhyacotritonids brings us full circle to a prediction by the original describer of Rhyacotriton who placed this family within the Hynobiidae (Gaige, 1917); i.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: A Kurdish Alliance MP describer Premier's Nouri al-Maliki visit to Washington as "important for the development of bilateral relations," excluding the possibility of the the Kurdish question being discussed there.
Veronica Fyland is an audio describer who works with people with visual impairments to make sure they enjoy all the action of stage and film.
When the describer makes a crossword puzzle, FunWords collects word-sense, described as descriptions, from the correct answer, which is then solved by multiple random players.
Accordingly, cultural space is a model related to the inner point of view--the models of culture--and not to the metalevel description of the culture and its non-culture as an external reality for the describer.