From OF. representatif.
- Typical; having the same properties of interest as a larger group.
#: Are you sure this paper is representative of your child's writing?
#: If you took all the fools out of the legislature, it wouldn't be a representative body anymore. — Texas State Senator Carl Parker.
Hebrew: he-translation|×�×�×�×¦×�|meyatsÃ©g m, he-translation|×�×�×�×¦×�×ª|meyatsÃ©get f,
- One who may speak for another in a particular capacity, especially in negotation.
#: I will send a representative to work out the details of the contract.
- A member of the w:US House of Representatives|US House of Representatives.
#: All representatives face re-election every two years.
- mathematics A designated member of an equivalence class.
#: We usually choose 0 and 1 as representatives of the even and odd numbers.
trans-top|one who speaks for another
Arabic: ARchar|Ù�Ù�Ø«Ù� IPAchar|(mumÃ¡Î¸Î¸il) m
Chinese: ä»£è¡¨ (dÃ ibiÇ�o)
Dutch: vertegenwoordiger m
French: reprÃ©sentant m
German: ReprÃ¤sentant m
Hebrew: he-translation|× ×¦×�×�|natsÃg m, he-translation|× ×¦×�×�×�|netsigÃ¡ f
Italian: rappresentante m|f
Japanese: ä»£è¡¨è�� (daihyÅ�sha)
Korean: ë��í�� (daepyo)
Polish: reprezentant m
Portuguese: representante m|f
Russian: Ð¿Ñ�ÐµÐ´Ñ�Ñ�Ð°Ð²Ð¸Ñ�ÐµÐ»Ñ� (predstavÃtelâ��) m
Spanish: representante m|f
House of Representatives
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