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de·pict / diˈpikt/ • v. [tr.] show or represent by a drawing, painting, or other art form. ∎  portray in words; describe: youth is depicted as a time of vitality and good health. DERIVATIVES: de·pict·er n. de·pic·tion / -ˈpikshən/ n.

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depict represent in colours XVII; portray XVIII. f. dēpict-, pp. stem of L. dēpingere; cf. pp. depictyd (XV, once). †depict (XV–XVI) and see DE- 3, PAINT.

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