To present

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Definition

to present: to show, to give, to introduce
verb

a present: a gift
noun

present: the time between the past and the future, current, up to date.
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: He presented me with a beautiful watch as a thank-you present.
US: I'll be presenting the prizes at the ceremony.
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Examples

  • "Bruno : Present, your honor."
  • "General Rainbow Child : Ladies and gentlemen, I present Brian Jones, the human cannonball!"
  • "I expect you all to be present, awake, attentive and on time."
  • "Brian : Did he fill your sock with presents?"
  • "I have a little present for you, Pop Pop."
  • "Danica : Boys, give me Bruno's present."
  • "Danica : Present, your honor."
  • "*The information presented within my self-published book is not strictly speaking 'legal' or 'admissible' in a court of law."
  • "And Mr. Bruno Delavigne, are you present?"
  • "You will be presenting Mr Icarus Quincy."

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