ба назар мерасад
- ба назар мерасадчунин менамуд,оростаназар мерасад,
Verb(1) give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect(2) seem to be true, probable, or apparent(3) appear to exist(4) appear to one's own mind or opinion
(1) I seem to remember giving you very precise instructions(2) they seem not to know where they're going wrong(3) At first sight, the statements issued by the major churches might seem surprising.(4) I don't seem to have much in the way of news(5) the system doesn't seem likely to change quickly(6) he couldn't seem to remember his lines(7) I realize my condemnation of male diner culture may seem a tad harsh.(8) I might get discouraged but you guys don't seem to care.(9) did he seem upset?(10) it would seem that he has been fooling us all(11) you seem to forget that I was here first(12) Some things seem destined for repeat discovery until the results are finally taken seriously.(13) I know it seems surprising, but I have never ever had a boyfriend.(14) Now, he seemed almost on the verge of tears, though Reana could only guess why.(15) What is it in a country like this where we have everything, it would seem , at our fingertips?(16) Therefore, it seems somehow a bit excessive to single him out for this sort of treatment.
(1) to seem :: ба назар мерасад
2. appear ::
Different Formsseem, seemed, seeming, seems
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