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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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She and Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg maintain they were surprised by a New York Times story that said the social network was using Definers to link social network critics to liberal financier Soros.
class="MsoNormalWhile working for Qualcomm, Definers pushed the idea that Apple's chief executive, Timothy Cook, was a viable presidential candidate in 2020, according to a former Definers employee and digital records.
Elliot Schrage, Facebook's outgoing Head of Public Policy, has reportedly taken the blame for hiring the Definers.
The Times, Facebook said, was "wrong to suggest that we ever asked Definers to pay for or write articles on Facebook's behalf -- or to spread misinformation."
There are also new make-up formats in this line such as cheek contours and pout definers.
"It's become clear this will become a distraction," said Joe Pounder, the president of Definers. "As a result, Definers and the EPA have decided to forgo the contract."
And by placing sofas under windows, you are using the windows to work as naturally occurring 'area definers'.
The author's core idea is that the early Spanish Americans of Texas tried to craft an elite identity as the definers of an emerging American culture and the new American people, and writing was the tool they used.
Louise Pilote, said that chest pain, age and gender are no longer the definers of a heart attack.
Nourish-Mint Lip Liners, one Petal Essence Face Accents Trio, two Petal Essence Eye Definers and six Petal Essence Single Eye Colors (items range from $14-$24).
It has been lost for want of definers. Teachers of the present order have not enough courage to be definers; lawmakers have not enough insight.
A loose coalition of regulators, privileged researchers, professional advocates, and a special set of trial lawyers (we'll refer to them all as the "Definers"--you'll soon learn why) are arrayed against an amorphous group composed of providers of care, frontline caregivers, residents, and their families (whom we'll call the "Front Liners").
The two authors adduce mutually reinforcing evidence for the signal role of women as initiators of new communities of lay women and as definers of their particular missions.
She can only right the wrongs done to her by enlarging the space where the culturally constructed "truth" about what it means to be a black female slave mother can accommodate other possibilities that both juxtapose and oppose the definitions of the "definers" without necessarily eradicating them.