HEADWORD: identify (as/ by/ through/ to/ with) v.
NOUNS: acetyl choline, action, adoption, agent, animal(s), aspects, attitudes, author, avant-garde, bacillus, bacteria, bits, body of ideas, buildings(s), butterfly, candidates, caps and smocks, carcinogens, case(s), categories, Catholicism, causes, causative agent, cell, centre, characteristics, chief suspect, clergy, competitor, concepts, congeries, Conservatism, constituents, countries, course, criteria, criterion, CS, definition, difference, division, doctrine, dog, driving force, drug(s), edges, element(s), emotional expressions, endorsement, enemies, entity, essence, evidence, examination, extension, factor(s), feature(s), form, formula, funding-sources, generation, genes, genres, gods, good spirit, gonococcus, group, hero, hormone(s), infection, issue, kind, laboratories, labourer, law, liberalism, linguistic form, material, mechanisms, mental ideas, micro-organism, molecules, moral distinction/ principles, motion, mould, Muslim, necessity, neo-impressionism, number, object, oneís good points, oneís community/ interests, oneself, painter(s), paradigm, particular set, partners, passage of time, pattern(s), person, phage, plant, poet, population, preparations, principles, problem(s), problem list, process(es), properties, protagonist, protein(s), qualities, range of cares, rapist, real things, reason, rebel(s), receptor(s), records, region, relationship, sample, secretariats, self-injuries, shapes, shift, signal(s), site, societies, species, tages, stimuli, strain, structure, style, subgenres, subjects, success, surface markings, surfaces, system(s), tendencies, test, time, thinkers, tradition, traits, types of problem, ulceration, values, vegetal region, viewer;
ADVERBS: also, artificially, chemically, clearly, closely, exactly, formally, however, incorrectly, microscopically, more accurately, never, nevertheless, not yet, only, particularly, readily, (very) securely, shrewdly, still, successfully, tentatively, too closely, uniquely, usually;
EXAMPLES: humans can easily identify with emotional expressions of chimpanzees; I canít identify with the English; she identified the rapist to the police; suppose I can identify a range of cases in which ...; he identified himself as an old friend of the family; there have not yet been identified any satisfactory internal criteria; she always identifies with the underdog; the chief suspect is never very securely identified as the author of the crimes; he didnít want to be identified with the Conservatives; the paintings can be tentatively identified as follows; a further problem was identified at this time; poor labourers were identified by their caps and smocks; it should be identified either ...; he identified himself with the poet; this will enable us to identify more accurately the ...; here, I want to identify one feature of that relationship; the difference can be hard to identify; having identified the most likely candidates I shall then consider ...; close examination is needed to identify the ulceration; the therapistís role is to help the partners identify the problems that they face; it tries to identify the reasons why ...; fans dress carefully in order to identify themselves within their group;
SYNONYMS: sort out, classify, categorize, name, label, mark, tag; associate, connect, ally, relate; diagnose, specify; emphasise with, relate to, symphatize with;
GERMAN: identifizieren, die Indentität feststellen, bestimmen, kennzeichnen, erkennen, gleichsetzen (mit), als identisch betrachten, assoziieren, sich identifizieren (mit); 1