To establish the identity of someone or something. (verb)
(biology) To establish the taxonomic classification of an organism. (verb)
To equate two or more things. (verb)
To have a strong affinity with; to feel oneself to be modelled on or connected to. (verb)
To associate oneself with some group. (verb)
To claim an identity; to describe oneself as a member of a group; to assert the use of a particular term to describe oneself. (verb)
To map a number of points to one. (verb)
Examples of word identify
First of all, I entirely agree with Officer and a Lady when she writes that police officers are members of society and perhaps part of the problem that I have tried to identify is that both the police and civilians can lose sight of this important feature of our policing system and the philosophy of consent which always used to underpin it.
Michael's supposed assumptions do not seem to be easy to identify from the brief statements he made in his post.
The sin that I need to discern, root out and identify is my own.
I'm not sure if identify is the right word, but I have a great deal of respect for Zora Neale Hurston whose writing is brilliant and whose path was difficult.
What I was attempting to identify is that many parents and children do not understand all the potential dangers associated with sports-related head injuries.