Definition

to seem: to appear, to give the impression, to look like verb
Uh oh! I seem to be pregnant again! How did that happen?
It seems (that there has been an earthquake): I get the impression, I think, it appears (that there has been an earthquake) idiom
It seems that Jonathan in Marketing was really a woman named Joanna.
It seems like it's a tumor, but I'm a mechanic, not a doctor.
  • "But again, it seemed like we weren't quite on the same wavelength."
  • "-Seems. Well this seems to be a waste of my time."
  • "-Seems expensive."
  • "Lucie : Well, the elevator seems nice and clean."
  • "Tension in this country is high - riots, protests, and angry tea drinking seem inevitable."
  • "Susie : Well I did just get back from Kalackistan where it's been snowing for what seems like an eternity."
  • "I've seen this before in a French horror movie - it seems like the foie gras is making him hallucinate!"
  • "It seems that there's been an administrative error."
  • "It would seem that Bruno Delavigne is hardly fit to run a company."
  • "She cares about the environment and seems like a good person."

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