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presents

We have found lemma(root) word of presents : present.

Definitions


[ˈprɛz(ə)nt], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- in a particular place
(e.g: a doctor must be present at the ringside)

- existing or occurring now
(e.g: she did not expect to find herself in her present situation)


Phrases:
- all present and correct
- at present
- for the present
- present company excepted
- there's no time like the present
- these presents

Origin:
Middle English: via Old French from Latin praesent- ‘being at hand’, present participle of praeesse, from prae ‘before’ + esse ‘be’


[ˈprɛz(ə)nt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the period of time now occurring
(e.g: they are happy and at peace, refusing to think beyond the present)

- a present tense
(e.g: the verbs are all in the present)


Phrases:
- all present and correct
- at present
- for the present
- present company excepted
- there's no time like the present
- these presents

Origin:


[prɪˈzɛnt], (Verb)

Definitions:
- give or award formally or ceremonially
(e.g: the duke presented certificates to the men)

- formally introduce (someone) to someone else
(e.g: may I present my wife?)

- introduce or announce the various items of (a broadcast show) as a participant
(e.g: the Late Show was presented by Cynthia Rose)

- exhibit (a particular state or appearance) to others
(e.g: the EC presented a united front over the crisis)

- (of a patient) come forward for initial medical examination for a particular condition or symptom
(e.g: the patient presented with mild clinical encephalopathy)

- (of a part of a fetus) be directed towards the cervix during labour.

- hold out or aim (a firearm) at something so as to be ready to fire
(e.g: they were to present their rifles, take aim, and fire)


Phrases:
- present arms

Origin:
Middle English: from Old French presenter, from Latin praesentare ‘place before’ (in medieval Latin ‘present as a gift’), from praesent- ‘being at hand’ (see present)


[prɪˈzɛnt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the position of a firearm when aimed or held ready to be aimed, especially the position from which a rifle is fired.


Phrases:
- present arms

Origin:


[ˈprɛz(ə)nt], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a thing given to someone as a gift
(e.g: a Christmas present)


Phrases:
- make a present of

Origin:
Middle English: from Old French, originally in the phrase mettre une chose en present à quelqu'un ‘put a thing into the presence of a person’




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