epitomize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create an epitome of; sum up.
    • become a typical example of: behavior that epitomizes selfishness.
    • In order to make an epitome of; to shorten or abridge, as a writing or discourse; to lessen within a smaller sized area.
    • to decrease, as by cutting off anything; to reduce.
    • To make an epitome of; summarize.
    • become a typical example of: behavior that epitomizes selfishness.
    • to produce an epitome of; to shorten or abridge, as a writing or discourse; to reduce within a smaller room.
    • to decrease, as by cutting off some thing; to reduce.
    • which will make an epitome of; sum up.
    • To make an epitome of; sum up.
    • becoming an example of: behavior that epitomizes selfishness.
    • become an example of: behavior that epitomizes selfishness.
    • to create an epitome of; to reduce or abridge, as a writing or discourse; to cut back within an inferior room.
    • To diminish, as by cutting off anything; to reduce.
    • To make an epitome of; to shorten or abridge, as a writing or discourse; to reduce within a smaller room.
    • To diminish, as by cutting off some thing; to reduce.
  • verb:
    • to help make an epitome of.
    • to-be an epitome of.
    • which will make an epitome of.
    • is an epitome of.
    • embody the essential faculties of or be a typical example of
    • embody the essential attributes of or be a good example of
    • to create an epitome of.
    • In order to make an epitome of.
    • to-be an epitome of.
    • become an epitome of.
    • embody the essential faculties of or perhaps a good example of
    • embody the fundamental faculties of or be a typical example of
  • others:
    • In order to make an epitome of; shorten or abridge, as a writing or a discourse; lower to an abstract or a summary the main issues of; agreement into a narrow compass.
    • to decrease, as by cutting off some thing; curtail; abbreviate.
    • to explain shortly or perhaps in abstract.
    • Synonyms to cut back, condense, summarize.
    • to help make an epitome or abstract.
    • additionally spelled epitomise.
    • To make an epitome of; shorten or abridge, as a writing or a discourse; reduce to an abstract or an overview the key matters of; contract into a narrow compass.
    • to decrease, as by cutting-off anything; curtail; abbreviate.
    • to explain shortly or perhaps in abstract.
    • Synonyms to cut back, condense, summarize.
    • which will make an epitome or abstract.
    • In addition spelled epitomise.
    • to produce an epitome of; shorten or abridge, as a writing or a discourse; reduce to an abstract or a summary the key things of; contract into a narrow compass.
    • To diminish, as by cutting off something; curtail; abbreviate.
    • to explain quickly or in abstract.
    • Synonyms to cut back, condense, summarize.
    • to create an epitome or abstract.
    • Also spelled epitomise.
    • In order to make an epitome of; shorten or abridge, as a writing or a discourse; lower to an abstract or a synopsis the key issues of; contract into a narrow compass.
    • To diminish, as by cutting off anything; curtail; abbreviate.
    • To describe shortly or in abstract.
    • Synonyms to lessen, condense, summarize.
    • In order to make an epitome or abstract.
    • additionally spelled epitomise.

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