The word “identifies” has 4 syllables: i-den-ti-fies.

It's pronounced as /aɪˈdɛntɪfaɪz/.

What is synonym and antonym for identifies?

In the thesaurus, “identifies” has 23 synonyms and 12 antonyms.

Here are synonyms and antonyms for identifies along with examples of usage in sentences.

Synonyms for identifies

  • analyze
  • associates
  • classify
  • compares
  • connects
  • correlates
  • describe
  • determine
  • diagnose
  • distinguishes
  • equates
  • establish
  • find
  • finds
  • locates
  • name
  • pinpoint
  • pinpoints
  • recognizes
  • relates
  • select
  • single out
  • spot

Antonyms for identifies

  • conceals
  • confuse
  • contrasts
  • differentiates
  • disguises
  • distinguishes
  • hides
  • lose
  • miss
  • overlook
  • separates
  • simulates

Meanings of identifies

  • verb
    1. To establish the identity of someone or something.
    2. To disclose the identity of someone.
    3. To establish the taxonomic classification of an organism.
    4. To equate or make the same; to unite or combine into one.
    5. To have a strong affinity with; to feel oneself to be modelled on or connected to.
    6. To associate oneself with some group.
    7. To claim an identity; to describe oneself as a member of a group; to assert the use of a particular term to describe oneself.

Example Sentences

  • The algorithm swiftly identifies patterns in large datasets, facilitating data analysis.
  • A skilled ornithologist easily identifies various bird species by their distinctive calls.
  • In a lineup, the eyewitness confidently identifies the suspect who committed the crime.
  • The teacher encourages students to use context clues to help them identifies unfamiliar words in their reading.
  • The navigation system accurately identifies the user's location using GPS technology.

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