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To be or perform the function of
“They are the only parents the child has ever known, even if they aren't biologically related.”
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To represent or embody
“Darting about with their long hair flopping, they are free spirits running wild.”
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To become or turn out to be
“The concepts of elementary particles are a little nebulous in such circumstances.”
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To stay in the same place or condition
“They are in San Francisco, where they have been for the last few weeks.”
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To have a certain position within a group
“They are the best players in the world!”
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To become aware of through one's senses
“Understandably, they are cold without their jackets.”
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To have existence
“Sadly, my folks are no more.”
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To be priced at
“These beautiful Chanel handbags are about a thousand dollars each.”
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To stay in the same place or condition
“They would be in San Francisco for a few days before flying off to New York.”
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To happen, transpire, or take place
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“We were hoping to win the lottery, but it wasn't to be.”
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To have existence
“Alexia claimed that humanity would eventually be no more if we did not address ongoing concerns about climate change.”
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To occupy a position in space
“She'll be in her office if you need to ask her any questions.”
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To attend, or be present at a given place or location
“Will I be at the event tomorrow? Yes, as a matter of fact, I will be.”
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To be priced at
“That will be ten dollars, please. Would you like to pay by cash or card?”
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To amount to
“One plus one will be two.”
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To have a certain position within a group
more ❯
“He would be first in the player rankings after the momentous victory.”
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To become aware of through one's senses
“You are obviously going to be cold without a jacket in this freezing weather.”
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To perform a given function well, usually in a hypothetical sense
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(convert to/into) To change from one form to another
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To populate
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To finish in a given place or rank, typically in a competition
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To continue or cause to continue in a specified condition, position or course
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To move or proceed in a given course or direction
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To act or perform a portrayal of
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