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See also: représentation
- repræsentation (archaic)
- That which represents something else.
- The Venus of Willendorf was an early representation of the female body.
- The act of representing or exhibiting.
- (law) The lawyers and staff who argue on behalf of another in court.
- People who cannot afford representation are eligible for government assistance.
- (politics) The ability to elect a representative to speak on one's behalf in government; the role of this representative in government.
- The lack of representation in the British parliament was one of the main factors behind the American Revolution.
- (mathematics) An object that describes an abstract group in terms of linear transformations of vector spaces; (more formally) a homomorphism from a group on a vector space to the general linear group (group of all bijective linear transformations) on the space.
- A figure, image or idea that substitutes reality.
- A theatrical performance.
- (image, form): likeness
that which represents something else
people who speak on behalf of another in court
politics: ability to elect a representative
mathematics: object that describes an abstract group in terms of linear transformations of vector spaces
figure, image or idea that substitutes reality
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Translations to be checked
- representation in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913
- representation in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911