Resembler
Resembler \Re*sem"bler\ (r?-z?m"bl?r), n. One who resembles. [1913 Webster]

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  • resembler — Resembler, Praesentare, Similare, Similitudinem ferre, referre et habere, Speciem alicuius rei habere. Resembler à aucun, Aliquem referre, vel reddere. Resembler à son pere, Paternam speciem gerere, Exhibere faciem parentis. Resembler fort à son… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • resembler — See resemble. * * * …   Universalium

  • resembler — 1. noun A person who resembles another 2. verb to look like; to resemble …   Wiktionary

  • resembler — re·sem·bler …   English syllables

  • resembler — b(ə)lə(r) noun ( s) : one that resembles …   Useful english dictionary

  • ressembler — [ r(ə)sɑ̃ble ] v. tr. ind. <conjug. : 1> • XVIe; « sembler » tr. 1080; de re et sembler A ♦ Avoir des traits communs avec, présenter des caractères identiques à (ceux d un autre être, d un autre objet). Ressembler à qqn (⇒ pareil,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • resemble — /rəˈzɛmbəl / (say ruh zembuhl) verb (t) (resembled, resembling) 1. to be like or similar to. 2. Obsolete to liken or compare. {Middle English, from Old French resembler, from re re + sembler be like, from Latin simulāre simulate, imitate, copy}… …   Australian English dictionary

  • retirer — en arriere, Retrahere, Recedere, Auocare, voyez Tirer. Cedere. L Infanterie se retira peu à peu pour attirer l ennemy à l embusche, Pedites paulatim cesserunt, vt hostem in insidias traherent. Liu. lib. 23. Se retirer pas à pas, Pedetentim cedere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • resemble — v.tr. be like; have a similarity to, or features in common with, or the same appearance as. Derivatives: resembler n. Etymology: ME f. OF resembler (as RE , sembler f. L similare f. similis like) …   Useful english dictionary

  • resemble — transitive verb (resembled; resembling) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French resembler, from re + sembler to be like, seem, from Latin similare to copy, from similis like more at same Date: 14th century 1. to be like or similar to < he… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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