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adjective /ˈprezənt/ 
  1. (of a person) In a particular place
    • - a doctor must be present at the ringside
    • - the speech caused embarrassment to all those present
  2. (of a thing) Existing or occurring in a place or thing
    • - organic molecules are present in comets
  3. Existing or occurring now
    • - she did not expect to find herself in her present situation
  4. Now being considered or discussed
    • - the present article cannot answer every question
  5. (of a tense or participle) Expressing an action now going on or habitually performed or a condition now existing

noun /ˈprezənt/ 
  1. The period of time now occurring
    • - they are happy and at peace, refusing to think beyond the present
  2. A present tense
    • - the verbs are all in the present
verb /priˈzent/ 
presented, past participle; presented, past tense; presenting, present participle; presents, 3rd person singular present
  1. Give something to (someone) formally or ceremonially
    • - a top executive will present an award to employees who built the F-150
  2. Give someone (something) in such a way
    • - my students presented me with some flowers
  3. Show or offer (something) for others to scrutinize or consider
    • - he stopped and presented his passport
  4. Formally introduce (someone) to someone else
    • - may I present my wife?
  5. Proffer (compliments or good wishes) in a formal manner
    • - may I present the greetings of my master?
  6. Formally deliver (a check or bill) for acceptance or payment
    • - a check presented by Mr. Jackson was returned by the bank
  7. Bring (a complaint, petition, or evidence) formally to the notice of a court

  8. (of a company or producer) Put (a show or exhibition) before the public

  9. Bring about or be the cause of (a problem or difficulty)
    • - this should not present much difficulty
  10. Exhibit (a particular state or appearance) to others
    • - the EC presented a united front over the crisis
  11. Represent (someone) to others in a particular way, typically one that is false or exaggerated
    • - he presented himself as a hardworking man
  12. Come forward into the presence of another or others, esp. for a formal occasion; appear
    • - he failed to present himself in court
  13. (of an opportunity or idea) Occur and be available for use or exploitation
    • - when a favorable opportunity presented itself, he would submit his proposition
  14. (of a patient) Come forward for or undergo initial medical examination for a particular condition or symptom
    • - the patient presented with mild clinical encephalopathy
  15. (of a part of a fetus) Be directed toward the cervix during labor

  16. (of an illness) Manifest itself

  17. Hold out or aim (a firearm) at something so as to be ready to fire
    • - they were to present their rifles, take aim, and fire
noun /ˈprezənt/ 
presents, plural
A thing given to someone as a gift
  • - a Christmas present

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