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colloquial meaning[edit]

To "rep" or "represent" is an oft-used colloquialism in urban areas in the United States and other areas around the world. It means to carry the name of a certain area. i.e. Repping one's "hood". (This entry is from Wikipedia...) 11:36, 30 September 2006 (UTC)

contractual meaning[edit]

I have "represent" occurring for several times in an agreement in sentences like "customer represents that he has permission ..." and "customer represents that the removed parts are in good working order". I'm not sure if this meaning is shown here. Is it more like "state" or "confirm" or more like "demonstrate" or "show"? 00:02, 4 March 2008 (UTC)

In that case it means "to set forth clearly with a view to influencing opinion or action". It is more like declare. —Stephen 04:18, 4 March 2008 (UTC)