description in Engels
n. description, demonstration, portrayal, depiction; painting, picture
They are drawing pictures and writing descriptions.
“But have you got the robber’s description?” asked Stuart.
But really, I don’t see how, from the description you have received, you will be able to recognise your man, even if he is on board the Mongolia.”
“I concede that; but then, you know, all descriptions…”
You well know that with the description you have received, this thief looks distinctly like an honest man.”
There, Phileas Fogg gave a description of Passepartout, and left a sum of money sufficient to make a good search for him.
She had almost no doubt. The description given by the crow did not seem applicable to anyone but him:
Then came the descriptions of the new lord Fauntleroy and his mother.
According to the description, the house is supposed to have four bedrooms.
Our countrymen never recognize a description.