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delineate (verb), delineates; delineated; delineating
1. To clearly describe or to show something in detail: Mrs. Gregory told her students to delineate the main character of the story in a sketch which they believed would show what he looked like.
2. To define or to determine the precise position of something: The two children decided to delineate their shared bedroom, dividing it into two equal halves so that each one had the same amount of space for their things.
To portray or to describe another's features.
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To depict in words or gesters.
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