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seem Saltos de línea: seem

Definición de seem en inglés:

verbo

[no object]
1Give the impression of being something or having a particular quality: [with complement]: Dawn seemed annoyed it seemed a dismal town [with infinitive]: there seems to be plenty to eat [with clause]: it seemed that he was determined to oppose her
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Nobody else seems very interested, but I think it looks great!
  • Nobody else seems to notice, except perhaps Barry, who simply wants to be left alone.
  • Therefore, it seems somehow a bit excessive to single him out for this sort of treatment.
Sinónimos
appear, appear to be, have the appearance/air of being, give the impression of being, look, look like, look as though one is, look to be, have the look of, show signs of;
come across as, strike someone as, give someone the feeling that one is, sound
1.1 [with infinitive] Used to make a statement less forceful: I seem to remember giving you very precise instructions
1.2 [with clause] (it seems or it would seem) Used to suggest in a cautious or polite way that something is the case: it would seem that he has been fooling us all
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Superficially it would seem to have very little to do with an historic attack on Greece over a millennium before!
  • On the basis of this evidence, it would seem that the battle against it is lost!
  • More weight is given to politics than poetry, history or writing, it would seem.
2 (cannot seem to do something) Be unable to do something, despite having tried: he couldn’t seem to remember his lines
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Despite pre-tournament warnings the game cannot seem to rid itself of diving and there was a surfeit of the antic throughout the competition.
  • The truly odd thing is that, despite everything, the people who buy the season tickets cannot seem to get the truth into their heads.
  • I would have had more time to socialise but I started playing pool and by some fluke couldn't seem to put a ball wrong.

Origen

Middle English (also in the sense 'suit, befit, be appropriate'): from Old Norse sœma 'to honour', from sœmr 'fitting'.

Palabras que riman con seem

abeam, agleam, beam, blaspheme, bream, deem, deme, downstream, dream, esteem, extreme, gleam, hakim, kilim, meme, midstream, Nîmes, régime, scheme, scream, seam, steam, stream, supreme, team, teem, theme, upstream

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Pronunciación: fɔːˈtɪsɪməʊ
adverb
(especially as a direction) very loud or loudly