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identify (oneself) with someone or something

to classify oneself with someone or something; to relate to someone or something; to see part of oneself represented in someone or something. I identify myself with the others. I identify with the birds and animals of the forest.
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identify someone as someone

1. to determine that someone is a certain person. Can you identify Fred as the perpetrator? Fred was identified as the thief.
2. to reveal one's identity or name. Will you identify the man as Tom? The stranger identified himself as a meter reader from the gas company.
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identify someone or something by something

to recognize someone or something because of something. Can you identify your baggage by any special marks? You can identify me by the red carnation in my lapel.
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identify someone or something with someone or something

to associate people and things, in any combination. I tend to identify Wally with big cars. We usually identify green with grass. We tend to identify big cars with greedy people.
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identify with somebody

to understand and feel sympathy for someone relate to somebody Ordinary people can identify with him in many ways, mainly because he talks to voters like an ordinary person.
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identify with something

to feel that you understand a situation relate to something So, they've run out of money? I can identify with that!
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identify with

1. To associate or affiliate someone or something with someone or something else: The villagers did not trust us because they identified us with the foreigners who had looted their village years ago.
2. To understand or share the feelings of someone: I identify with children who have lost their parents because I am an orphan myself.
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Vincent, Thomas's native homeland, and in all there is a keen sense of place, a fine delineation of character, and authentic representation of social behavior, as well as an unmatched verisimilitudinous capturing of speech and language: tags, oaths, responses, and street language are identifiably those of St.
Many African American artists denied themselves pride in all that was identifiably African, corseted the natural self with stays, reined in passion, and dedicated themselves to the pursuit of superficial whiteness in return for rarely attainable acceptance.
Over time, this should help fuel market demand for research that is identifiably objective.
Sharply edited, it had a This Life meets Holby feel, a setting that was identifiably Welsh but not overbearingly Cymric and although the inevitable usual suspects were present, the main protagonists were youthful unknowns.
Identifiably ordinary characters are placed under extraordinary stress as the story plunges deeper into murky recesses of dark secrets and death.
Of these 37 men, 5 are gay men; of 8 women, none are identifiably lesbian.
Accusing the Oakland school board of basing its decision on the contention ``that black English is a distinct language with identifiably African origins,'' she conveniently omits any mention of what those origins might be.
Still, it would be foolish to try and label the writing represented by Giraudon and Deluy as feminist or even identifiably feminine.
GBM remains identifiably itself because it adapts rather than adopts all influences.
Cardiff's most famous female export, Charlotte Church, for all her love of rugby and lager, is a more identifiably southern than northern European archetype.
The trend has given black actors in particular opportunities to play multidimensional characters who are identifiably ethnic but not simply defined by their race.
He cannot accept a different interpretation of the world, one that acknowledges order, reason, and a cosmic structure that is (perhaps) identifiably European.
He says that's twice the CD-ROMs identifiably available last year and almost certainly half or a third of what will be available next.
The report also highlights the popularity of local programming in the UK regions, and particularly programmes that are identifiably set in a local area.
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