Adjective "recognizable" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/rɛkəɡˈnʌɪzəbl/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Able to be recognized or identified from previous encounters or knowledge.
  1. 'his car was instantly recognizable'
  2. 'They also claimed that moves to protect her new identity were useless as she was so instantly recognisable.'
  3. 'It is an allegory for our own society, our own people and it should be immediately recognizable to any member of the audience.'
  4. 'It is less grand, has no recognizable actors, and in its own way is much more artful.'
  5. 'Martin's acoustic guitar playing is instantly recognisable and revered among guitar fans.'
  6. 'Some of the words are recognizable, but the context makes their meaning indecipherable.'
  7. 'As the bus turned into a new recognizable road, the pavements were filled with people, scarves blowing in the wind.'
  8. 'It was, for someone who had grown up with rock and folk music, immediately recognisable and attractive.'
  9. 'It makes me wonder what items in this room tonight will be recognizable ten years hence.'
  10. 'The requirement is for an overall design to give the series a readily recognisable identity.'
  11. 'The first body found has been so mutilated it's barely recognizable as a body.'

Definitions

1. to identify as something or someone previously seen, known, etc.: He had changed so much that one could scarcely recognize him.

2. to identify from knowledge of appearance or characteristics: I recognized him from the description. They recognized him as a fraud.

3. to perceive as existing or true; realize: to be the first to recognize a fact.

4. to acknowledge as the person entitled to speak at a particular time: The Speaker recog

More examples(as adjective)

"touchs can be recognizable to customers."

"tissues can be recognizable by touchs."

"tissues can be recognizable by sights."

"terms can be recognizable to newly-wedses."

"schemes can be recognizable as things."

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Origin

(recognize)