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1. To stand for; to symbolize.
2. To indicate or communicate by signs or symbols.
3. To describe or to present in words; to set forth.
4. To present clearly to the mind.
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esse, sent-, terest-
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(Latin: copy, repeat, represent; repetition)
mimo-, mim-, -mimesis, -mimia, -mimetic, -mime, -mimic, -mimical, -mimically
(Greek: represent, impersonate, copy; imitate, act as; simulate, simulation)
gods and goddesses of the Olympic Council
(a few deities and the symbols that represent them)
(Latin: a literary thief; "plunderer, oppressor, kidnapper" [one who "abducts the child or slave of another"]; then by extension, to take and use the thoughts, writings, etc. of someone else and represent or claim them as one's own)
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