Synonym and Antonym Worksheet

Synonym for Identify

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Below are the Synonyms to identify ordered by meanings.

25 synonyms for identify in 5 senses of the word identify:

Confirm that something or someone is as it is supposed to:

1. recognize, know, distinguish. Example: By the clothing I identified that they were the dancers.

Specify or determine the identity of someone:

2. recognize, determine. Example: The victims have not yet been identified.

Equating or making different things look the same:

3. match , match , unimismar , confused , fellowshipping , matching , associate. Example: Happiness cannot be identified with wealth.Antonym: differentiate

Support or participate in an opinion or attitude:

4. agree , agree , sympathize , sympathize , agree , have affinity. Example: I identify with your point of view.Antonym: differ

For the purposes of a job, specify data:

5. recognize , determine , establish , specify , define , delimit , distinguish. Example: We intend to identify the effects of pollution.

More Synonyms for identify

Identify as a verb.

1 In the sense of Coincide

Example: In the Cortes when they coincided with her husband, a deputy for Murcia, they were known as the Catholic Monarchs for sitting together and running hand in hand through the corridors, as Manuel recounted in his memories.

  • Match intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Match transitive verb, pronominal verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Merge transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Match transitive verb, pronominal verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Uniform transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Hermanar transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive

2 In the sense of Knowing

Example: You cannot know that woman .

  • Know transitive verb, pronominal verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Recognize transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive

3 In the sense of Establish

Example: This improvement will eventually provide the establishment of another line on the Colorado River, and then advance to the Diamond, which is the one that must be occupied for the aggrandizement of the Argentine state.

  • Set transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Recognize transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Determine transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Distinguish transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive

4 In the sense of Recognize

Example: Am I awake or asleep? she wondered when she recognized his folly, and sat on the bed for a while, with her hand on her cheek.

  • Recognize transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Check transitive verb, infinitive
  • Confirm transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Verify transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Corroborate transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive

5 In the sense of Coincide

Example: In the Cortes when they coincided with her husband, a deputy for Murcia, they were known as the Catholic Monarchs for sitting together and running hand in hand through the corridors, as Manuel recounted in his memories.

  • Match intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Correspond intransitive verb, transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Link transitive verb, infinitive
  • Associate transitive verb, intransitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Link transitive verb, pronominal verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Equal transitive verb, infinitive
  • Emparentar intransitive verb, transitive verb, infinitive

6 In the sense of sympathizing

Example: A practical word that can be used in different situations because its meaning has many applications: from issuing a simple opinion to aesthetic values and in turn sympathizing with the person and wishing them good luck.

  • Sympathize intransitive verb, infinitive

7 In the sense of Accept

Example: How much I thanked the doctor for his disinterest! God knows that I have never forgotten so much generosity, but that night I blushed, I was ashamed to accept the services of the doctor, without paying them properly.

  • Accept transitive verb, infinitive
  • Appreciate transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Admit transitive verb, infinitive
  • Describe transitive verb, infinitive
  • Examine transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Grant transitive verb, infinitive
  • Grant transitive verb, infinitive
  • Explore transitive verb, infinitive
  • Register transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Beat transitive verb, intransitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Thank you transitive verb, infinitive
  • Recognize recognize + se, transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Refer transitive verb, pronominal verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Acatar transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Reward transitive verb, infinitive
  • Rastrear transitive verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Inspect transitive verb, infinitive
  • File transitive verb, intransitive verb, infinitive
  • Review transitive verb, infinitive
  • Detail transitive verb, infinitive
  • Confesarse confess + se, transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Solidarizar solidarity + se, transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Check transitive verb, pronominal verb, infinitive
  • Rake transitive verb, infinitive

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