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pose definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To believe or hold a certain position or posture, such as sitting for a portrait.
    • To influence a specific mental mindset.
    • To express yourself falsely; imagine to-be besides exactly what a person is.
    • To believe and keep maintaining a studied mindset, with studied arrangement of drapery; to hit an attitude; to attitudinize; figuratively, to assume or influence a certain personality.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To place (a model, including) in a particular position.
    • To set forth in terms; propound: pose a concern.
    • To put forward; present: pose a threat. See Synonyms at propose.
    • To puzzle, confuse, or baffle.
    • to put in an attitude or fixed place, with regard to result; to prepare the pose and drapery of (one) in a studied way
    • To interrogate; to matter.
    • To question with a view to puzzling; to embarrass by questioning or scrutiny; to create to a stand.
  • noun:
    • A bodily attitude or position, especially one assumed for an artist or a photographer. See Synonyms at position.
    • A studied mindset assumed for impact. See Synonyms at affectation.
    • position, pose, arrangement (especially for the body)
    • affectation
    • common cool, head cool
    • A cold into the head; catarrh.
    • The mindset or position of you; the positioning associated with human body or of any member of the human body; especially, a situation officially assumed in the interests of effect; an artificial place
    • A cold within the mind; catarrh.
    • personality or position, whether taken normally or assumed for impact: because, the present of an actor; specifically, the mindset in which any character is represented artistically; the position, whether of whole person or of someone member of the human body: since, the pose of a statue; the present associated with the head.
    • A deposit; a secret hoard.
    • Synonyms Position, Attitude, etc. See posture.
    • impacted manners designed to wow other individuals
    • a posture thought by designs for photographic or creative reasons
    • a deliberate pretense or exaggerated screen
  • verb:
    • set-in location, arrange
    • ask, set (a test or quiz)
    • to constitute (a danger, a threat, a risk, etc...)
    • believe or maintain a pose
    • To interrogate; to question.
    • To concern with a view to puzzling; to embarrass by questioning or scrutiny; to bring to a stand.
    • to inquire about (some body) concerns; to interrogate.
    • To perplex or confuse (someone).
    • placed into a particular destination or abstract location
    • be a mystery or bewildering to
    • introduce
    • believe a posture as for artistic functions
    • pretend becoming somebody you are not; sometimes with deceptive intentions
    • behave affectedly or unnaturally in order to impress other individuals
  • others:
    • To put; location; set.
    • to place through supposition or theory; suppose.
    • To lay out as a proposition; state; posit.
    • To place in suitable or becoming position or position; cause to assume an appropriate or effective attitude: because, to pose someone for a portrait.
    • To keep; conduct.
    • To make a supposition; place the situation.
    • To assume a particular attitude or rĂ´le; try to appear or perhaps regarded (as something else); attitudinize, virtually or figuratively: since, to present as a model; to pose as a martyr.
    • To put questions to; interrogate closely; concern; study.
    • To puzzle, nonplus, or embarrass by a challenging question.
    • At dominoes, setting (the very first domino).
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