1. v появляться, показываться

to appear simultaneously — появляться одновременно

to appear on the horizon — появляться на горизонте

the town appeared below us — внизу под нами показался город

appear in court — являться в суд

2. v выступать; исполнять роль

to appear as Hamlet — выступать в роли Гамлета

to appear in the case — выступать по делу

to appear by proxy — выступать по доверенности

to appear in blackface — выступать в роли негра

3. v появляться; выходить , издаваться

the book appeared last month — книга вышла в прошлом месяце

to appear on the scene — выходить на сцену

4. v находиться, быть

the idea appears in many old books — эту мысль можно найти во многих старых книгах

to appear by counsel — быть представленным в суде адвокатом, выступать в суде через адвоката

5. v казаться, представляться, производить впечатление

to appear as helpless as a child — производить впечатление беспомощного ребёнка

the work appears to be interesting — эта работа представляется интересной

it appears to me that you are all mistaken — мне кажется , вы все ошибаетесь

you appear to know everything — похоже на то, что вы всё знаете

there appears to have been a mistake — похоже, что произошло недоразумение

6. v явствовать, следовать; быть явным, очевидным

it appears from this that … — из этого ясно, что …

7. v преим. юр. предстать перед судом; являться в суд; выступать в суде

to appear before a judge — предстать перед судьёй

to bind over to appear — обязывать явиться в суд

to commit somebody to appear before the court — предать суду

Синонимический ряд:
1. come into view (verb) arise; become visible; come into sight; come into view; commence; dawn; emerge; issue; loom; materialise; materialize; occur; originate; rise; show; surface
2. seem (verb) be evident; be plain; look; look as if; look as though; look like; seem; sound
Антонимический ряд:

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  • appear — ap·pear vi 1: to present oneself before a person or body having authority to appear before the officer who is to take the deposition Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 37(d): as a: to present oneself in court as a party to a lawsuit often… …   Law dictionary

  • Appear — Ap*pear , v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Appeared}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Appearing}.] [OE. apperen, aperen, OF. aparoir, F. apparoir, fr. L. appar?re to appear + par?reto come forth, to be visible; prob. from the same root as par?re to produce. Cf. {Apparent} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • appear — 1 Appear, loom, emerge mean to come out into view. In use, however, they are only rarely interchangeable. Appear is weakest in its implication of a definite physical background or a source; consequently it sometimes means merely to become visible …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • appear — [v1] come into sight arise, arrive, attend, be present, be within view, blow in*, bob up*, break through, breeze in*, check in*, clock in*, come, come forth, come into view, come out, come to light*, crop up*, develop, drop in*, emerge, expose,… …   New thesaurus

  • appear — [ə pir′] vi. [ME aperen < OFr aparoir < L apparere < ad , to + perere, to come forth, be visible; akin to Gr peparein, to display] 1. to come into sight 2. to come into being [freckles appear on his face every summer] 3. to become… …   English World dictionary

  • appear — (v.) late 13c., to come into view, from stem of O.Fr. aparoir (12c., Mod.Fr. apparoir) appear, come to light, come forth, from L. apparere to appear, come in sight, make an appearance, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + parere to come forth, be… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Appear — Ap*pear , n. Appearance. [Obs.] J. Fletcher. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • appear — appear, appeared For the type She appeared to have encouraged him, see perfect infinitive …   Modern English usage

  • appear — ► VERB 1) become visible or evident. 2) give a particular impression; seem. 3) present oneself publicly or formally, especially on television or in a law court. 4) be published. ORIGIN Latin apparere, from parere come into view …   English terms dictionary

  • Appear — For other uses, see Appearance (disambiguation). Appear Networks Systems AB Type Privately held company Industry Computer software …   Wikipedia

  • appear — v. 1) (D; intr.) to appear against; for (she appeared against him in court) 2) (D; intr.) to appear to (she appeared to him in a dream) 3) (E) she appears to be well 4) (L; to) it appears (to me) that they will not come 5) (esp. BE) (S) to appear …   Combinatory dictionary

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