characterise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be characteristic of
- v describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of
- Avant-garde murals and imaginative furnishings characterise a new Singapore hotel; Identity Parade An iconic style magazine marks its quarter century.
- Loh and Behold Avant-garde murals and imaginative furnishings characterise a new Singapore hotel; Identity Parade An iconic style magazine marks its quarter century.
News & Articles
- Is that a testes or an iridescent stripe? A female squid's male-like true colors
( The Company of Biologists ) Male squid are aggressive towards their female counterparts, so anything to make the female look more like a male would be an advantage for her. DeMartini from the University of California Santa Barbara, USA, characterise, for the first time, a female-only bright white strip and its surrounding iridescent stripes. The team find they are inducible and may, to a squid ...
Sept. 5, 2013 - EurekAlert!
- Joe Barton in ABC Online
I think it is a tragedy of the first proportion that a private corporation can be subjected to what I would characterise as a shakedown. In this case a $US20 billion shakedown,he said.
- Elena Kagan in Gulf Times
I'm not quite sure how I would characterise my politics, but one thing I do know is that my politics would be, must be, have to be, completely separate from my judging,she told the committee.
- Bill Gates in The Age
I would characterise the likelihood of significant adjustments to this plan as fairly remote,said Gates.