representverb

  • ja象徴する、表現する
  • ento serve as a sign, symbol, counterpart, depiction, or image of

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And why is there a Chiclet on my cake?
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That's the best part.
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That represents a pillow or a television.
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Our theme, if you will.
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What's all this?
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My collection.
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See, it's ⁠—
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People I've helped, they give me things, little tokens.
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Doesn't feel right to throw them out, so...
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Notches on your gun belt.
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Well, I wouldn't say that, but...
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They represent victories, yeah.
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So, what's that one about?
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That one represents the Dragon Lady.
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You might know her as Michelle... Kwan.
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See this pie chart?
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Wow! It looks like a giant pie.
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It represents all the love there is in the world.
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That blue represents millions of dollars and countless jobs.
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And it's sort of comical how you think that you've made a choice
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that exempts you from the fashion industry,
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when, in fact, you're wearing a sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room.
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Don't tell me.
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The milk bottles represent lost innocence. Yeah.
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Why not?
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Yes.
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Charlie, the money stays.
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Feel that.
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You know what that represents there?
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Freedom.

Other meanings for represent...

representverb

  • ja代表する、代理する
  • enin people, to act or speak in behalf of
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Officially, Fire Saga will be representing Iceland at Eurovision this year.
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There's a line from 'In The Heights' that says wherever we go, we rep our people.
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Because of you, wherever my life takes me, I will always represent my people.
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Thank you, Dulce. Thank you.
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I am choosing you to represent our kingdom.
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I am honored.
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An honor you have earned many times over.
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Our President is not embracing all of us as American citizens.
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I don't feel like anybody represents me.
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Let's say you got arrested for shoplifting.
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- Shoplifting? - Who would you want to represent you in court, Rebel or your dad?
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- For shoplifting? - Yeah.
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- Sorry, I would choose Rebel. - Really? - You would?