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appear /əˈpɪə $ əˈpɪr/ verb

ظاهرشدن ، پدیدار شدن
مهندسی صنایع: نیروی انسانی: پدیدار شدن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- come into view, be present, come out, come to light, crop up (informal), emerge, occur, show up (informal), surface, turn up
- look (like or as if), occur, seem, strike one as
Antonyms: disappear, vanish
Contrasted words: go, leave, depart, retire, withdraw
Related Idioms: come in sight, come into view, meet (or strike) the eye, show one's face, give an appearance of, strike one as
Related Words: arrive, come, arise, emanate, issue, materialize, outcrop, rise, spring
English Thesaurus: appear, pop up, become visible, come into view, come out, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

appear S2 W1 /əˈpɪə $ əˈpɪr/ verb
[Word Family: verb: appeardisappear, reappear; noun: appearancedisappearance, reappearance]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: aparoir, from Latin apparere, from ad- 'to' + parere 'to show yourself']

1. SEEM [linking verb, not in progressive] used to say how something seems, especially from what you know about it or from what you can see
appear to be something
Police say there appear to be signs of a break-in.
appear to do something
The survey appears to contradict motor industry claims.
it appears (that)
It appears that all the files have been deleted.
Police have found what appear to be human remains.
He tried to make it appear that she had committed suicide.
It may be less useful than it appears at first.
so it would appear (=used to say that something seems likely to be true, although you are not completely sure)

2. GIVE IMPRESSION [linking verb, not in progressive] used to say that someone or something seems to have a particular quality or feeling:
He tried hard to appear calm.
I don’t want to appear rude.
The right colours can make a small room appear much bigger.

3. START TO BE SEEN [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to start to be seen, to arrive, or to exist in a place, especially suddenly:
Two faces appeared at our window.
A man suddenly appeared from behind a tree.
Small cracks appeared in the wall.
It was nearly an hour before Sweeney appeared in the pub.
appear from nowhere/out of nowhere (=appear suddenly and unexpectedly)
The car seemed to appear from nowhere.

4. FILM/TV PROGRAMME ETC [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to take part in a film, play, concert, television programme etc
appear in a film/play
She has already appeared in a number of films.
appear on television/stage
He appeared on national television to deny the claims.
appear at a theatre etc

5. BOOK/NEWSPAPER ETC [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to be written or shown on a list, in a book or newspaper, in a document etc:
The story appeared in all the national newspapers.
Some of the material used has appeared in print before (=has been published).

6. AVAILABLE/KNOWN [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to become widely available or known about:
The new range will be appearing in shops in the autumn.
New courses are appearing every year.

7. LAW COURT/MEETING [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to go to a law court or other official meeting to give information, answer questions etc:
The three men are due to appear in court tomorrow.
appear before a court/judge/committee etc
She appeared before Colchester magistrates charged with attempted murder.
appear for somebody/on behalf of somebody (=to be the legal representative for someone)
Sir Nicholas Gammon QC appeared on behalf of the defendant.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. come into sight
ADV. suddenly A man suddenly appeared in the doorway.
from nowhere A police officer appeared as if from nowhere and ordered us to halt.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. perform in public
ADV. currently
PREP. at She is currently appearing at the Liverpool Playhouse.
PHRASES appear on television She regularly appears on television.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. in court
PREP. at He will appear at Manchester Crown Court next week.
PHRASES appear before a court/judge/magistrate The man will appear before magistrates in Birmingham later today.
appear in court A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of seven women.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Suddenly, a bright flash of lightning appeared.
GOOD: Suddenly, there was a bright flash of lightning.
BAD: We don't want any more wars to appear.
GOOD: We don't want there to be any more wars.

Usage Note:
A simple way of saying that something happens or develops is to use there + be : 'Suddenly, there was a loud bang and all the lights went out.' 'There have been several serious accidents along this stretch of the road.' 'This time I don't want there to be any mistakes.'

BAD: Unemployment appears in nearly all developed countries.
GOOD: Unemployment occurs in nearly all developed countries.
BAD: Unfortunately, another problem has appeared.
GOOD: Unfortunately, another problem has occurred.

Usage Note:
appear = (1) become visible or (suddenly) be seen: 'Small red patches appeared all over the child's back.' 'A minute later the manager appeared and asked what was wrong.'(2) (of something new) become available or be seen for the first time: 'The first edition appeared in 1987.' 'The new model will not appear in the shops until the end of the year.' 'When did dinosaurs first appear?'
occur = (1) (of unplanned events) happen: 'The crash occurred just minutes after take-off.' 'These storms usually occur in the late afternoon.' (2) exist or be found (in a particular place): 'The Japanese 'f' sound does not occur in European languages.'

BAD: If he were alive, he would appear a lot of good films.
GOOD: If he were alive, he would appear in a lot of good films.
BAD: Recently she has appeared on several TV commercials.
GOOD: Recently she has appeared in several TV commercials.

Usage Note:
appear on television, a television channel: 'This is the first time that Britt has appeared on television.' 'He is scheduled to appear on Channel 4 next month.'
appear on/in a television programme: 'He's always appearing on/in BBC sports programmes.' 'We asked the Home Office to appear on/in this programme, but they refused.'
appear in a film, play, show, television commercial: 'What's the name of that young actor who appeared in Jurassic Park?' 'Before that she had appeared in a Broadway production of West Side Story.'

BAD: There appears a haphazard attitude among the younger generation.
GOOD: There appears to be a haphazard attitude among the younger generation.

Usage Note:
there appears/appeared + to be + noun phrase (= seem): 'There appears to be a shortage of paper.' 'There appears to have been a breakdown in communication.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: speak of the devil and he appears

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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