appear

[ə'piə]
verb
1) (to come into view: A man suddenly appeared round the corner.) pojaviti se
2) (to arrive (at a place etc): He appeared in time for dinner.) prispeti
3) (to come before or present oneself/itself before the public or a judge etc: He is appearing on television today; He appeared before Judge Scott.) nastopiti, pojaviti se
4) (to look or seem as if (something is the case): It appears that he is wrong; He appears to be wrong.) zdeti se
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[əpí:ə]
intransitive verb
pojaviti, pokazati se; prikazati se; iziti (tisk); javiti se; zdeti se, biti viden
to appear against s.o. — tožiti koga
to appear for s.o. — zastopati, braniti koga
it appears from this — iz tega se razvidi
to appear in the character of Hamlet — igrati vlogo Hamleta
to make appear — pokazati, dokazati
strange as it may appear — če se zdi še tako čudno
it would appear — zdi se, kaže, da

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.

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