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antivirus any software program designed to identify, thwart, and eliminate computer viruses and other malicious software programs. [2 definitions]
appropriate to identify or set aside for a particular purpose. [1/3 definitions]
area code in the United States and Canada, any of the three-digit codes that identify the regional telephone districts into which the countries are divided. [1/2 definitions]
band2 to tie with a strip of material in order to identify or bind; put a band on. [1/4 definitions]
blindman's buff a game, usu. played by children, in which one blindfolded player tries to catch and identify one of several other players, who then puts on the blindfold.
comparative literature the comparative study of various national literatures to identify common characteristics, mutual influences, common sources, or the like.
countersign a password or secret signal used to identify an ally. [1/4 definitions]
femoris (Latin) of the femur; used to identify an anatomical structure, such as a muscle, an artery, or a ligament, as being associated with the femur.
hashtag a word or phase preceded by the hash sign (#), used in social media to identify or search for a particular topic.
indefinite pronoun in grammar, a pronoun, such as "someone," that does not specifically identify its referent.
insignia anything that serves to identify or distinguish. [1/2 definitions]
label to identify or designate with, or as though with, a label. [1/7 definitions]
lineup such an arrangement used by police to have witnesses identify suspects of crimes. [1/4 definitions]
mark1 to identify or be a feature of. [2/16 definitions]
misrepresent to identify or describe in a misleading way. [1/2 definitions]
name a word or group of words used to identify something or someone. [1/9 definitions]
overidentify combined form of identify.
paper (pl.) documents that serve to identify someone or authenticate something. [1/12 definitions]
password a secret word, phrase, or selected set of letters and numbers used to identify oneself as one that is permitted to enter a place or have access to privileged information or data.
place to identify from the past. [1/20 definitions]
post code in the UK, a code made up of letters and numerals used to identify a postal address.