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present2 British & World English

Give or award formally or ceremonially

re-present British & World English

Present (something) again, especially for further consideration or in an altered form

present oneself in present2 British & World English

Appear formally before others

present with in present2 British & World English

(Of a patient) come forward for initial medical examination for a particular condition or symptom

present itself in present2 British & World English

(Of an opportunity or idea) occur and be available for use or exploitation

present arms in present2 British & World English

Hold a rifle vertically in front of the body as a salute

present arms British & World English

Hold a rifle vertically in front of the body as a salute

present someone to in present2 British & World English

(In church use) recommend an ordained minister to a bishop for institution to (a benefice)

present someone with in present2 British & World English

Give someone (a gift or award) in a formal or ceremonial way

to be presented at court in present English-Spanish

ser* presentado en la corte

it was not very informatively presented in informatively English-Spanish

no fue presentado de una manera informativa

she was presented with a silver tray in present English-Spanish

la obsequiaron con una bandeja de plata, le obsequiaron una bandeja de plata

the patient presented with symptoms of … in present English-Spanish

el paciente se presentó con síntomas de …

he presented a smooth, unruffled exterior in smooth English-Spanish

tenía un aspecto desenvuelto y seguro de sí mismo

we were presented with a very difficult situation in present English-Spanish

nos vimos frente a una situación muy difícil

he was presented with the opportunity on a silver platter in platter English-Spanish

la oportunidad se le presentó en bandeja (de plata)


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