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epitomize

División en sílabas: e·pit·o·mize
Pronunciación: /əˈpidəˌmīz
 
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Definición de epitomize en inglés:

verbo

[with object]
1Be a perfect example of: Hearst’s newspapers epitomized bare-knuckle yellow journalism
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These two last examples epitomize the murkiness besetting a serious examination of the occupation of early modem peoples and the identities they derived from their work.
  • They lost 18 wickets in a day that epitomised their fragility perfectly.
  • There is something about them that seems to epitomise local journalism.
2 archaic Give a summary of (a written work).
Example sentences
  • A number summarize whole books with replies to subsequent criticism or epitomize decades of work of an author in two-dozen pages.

Derivados

epitomization

1
Pronunciación: /iˌpitəmiˈzāSHən/
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Why the play doesn't quite take off, with all these echoes and epitomisations, and with sharp characterisation and acting, is mysterious.

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