• Definition for "appear"
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appear definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become visible: an airplane appearing when you look at the sky.
    • To come into presence: brand new strains of viruses look sporadically.
    • To seem or aim to be: showed up unsatisfied. See Synonyms at appear.
    • to appear most likely: They will be late, whilst seems.
    • To come ahead of the public: has appeared in two plays; seems on the nightly development.
    • Law to provide yourself officially before a court as defendant, plaintiff, or counsel.
    • in the future or be around the corner; to be in view; to become noticeable.
    • in the future prior to the general public.
    • to face in presence of some expert, tribunal, or superior individual, to resolve a charge, plead a cause, or even the like; to provide an individual's self as a celebration or advocate before a court, or as one becoming tried.
    • In order to become visible to the apprehension regarding the brain; becoming called an interest of observance or understanding, or as anything proved; become apparent or manifest.
    • to appear; to own a particular semblance; to look.
  • verb:
    • ahead or perhaps around the corner; to stay view; to become noticeable.
    • ahead before the general public.
    • To stand in presence of some authority, tribunal, or exceptional individual, to resolve a charge, plead a cause, or the want; to provide an individual's self as a celebration or advocate before a court, or as you become attempted.
    • To become noticeable to the apprehension of head; to be generally a subject of observance or understanding, or as anything proved; becoming obvious or manifest.
    • to look; to possess a specific semblance; to check.
    • enter into picture or view
    • be issued or posted
    • give a specific impression or have a certain outward aspect
    • enter into becoming or presence, or show up on the scene
    • present yourself formally, since before a (judicial) expert
    • appear as a character on-stage or come in a play, etc.
    • be seemingly true, possible, or apparent
  • noun:
    • Appearance.
    • Appearance.
  • others:
    • To come or perhaps around the corner; become visible by approach or by promising from concealment; come in contact with view.
    • to face in existence, as events or advocates before a court; make appearance.
    • in the future or perhaps put before the general public; arrive at the notice of general public: as, the actor appeared just once a week; his history starred in 1880.
    • To be obvious; be known, as a topic of observance or understanding; be obvious or clarified by proof.
    • to appear; have a particular semblance or look; look: since, he seemed to be wise; it appears in my opinion that is hazardous; he appears very old.
    • . Become understood; be intelligible: as, “Do we today look?” Cotgrave.
    • Synonyms
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