Example sentences for: denotes

How can you use “denotes” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In the post-Soviet era, the adjective denotes a teacher's pet and drone.

  • I am happy to let the usually conservative American Heritage Dictionary have the last word: “As with the analogous words data and agenda, the originally plural form has begun to acquire a sense that departs from that of the singular [ medium ]; used as a collective term, media denotes an industry or community.”

  • This denotes the temptation to defect (T), which is the best option against the reward for mutual cooperation (R) which is in turn better than mutual defection (P), with the worst payoff coming from the Sucker's payoff (S) for cooperating when the opponent defects.

  • In More Foreign Treasures [XXIII,1,13], die öffentliche Hand (singular, not plural) denotes the state and the municipalities in their function as administrators and dispensers of taxes and public funds.

  • gingerly Neither denotes nor connotes spice or snap or red hair, rather just their opposites: cautious, careful, wary.


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