English version

such as

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuch assuch asused when giving an example of something Cartoon characters such as Mickey Mouse and Snoopy are still popular. large electrical goods such as television sets and washing machinessuch as? (=used to ask someone to give an example) ‘There are lots of useful things you could do.’ ‘Such as?’ such
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such asPeople's ability to do the tests is influenced by factors such as age, sex, and ethnic background.Conditions considered as triggers for events, such as infections, anaemia, and biochemical disturbances, were excluded or treated.Later he specialized in war photography for magazines such as Life, Time, and Newsweek, winning a number of awards.The big firms can also spread overheads such as marketing more broadly.Cartoon characters such as Mickey Mouse and Snoopy are still popular with youngsters.Meanwhile, new technologies such as personal communications services -- a new generation of cellular phone -- also will spur demand.Categorical outcomes, such as prevalence rates, were initially compared by 2 with Yates' correction.Hollington Architects Inc., specializes in institutional design, such as schools and churches.The program does not teach computation, but it does cover concepts such as shape and size.It is difficult to get even basic foods such as sugar and bread.Some passages are contradictory such as the two versions of the flood in Genesis.The homeless shelter needs $1,000 a month for supplies such as toilet articles, coffee, and bedding.
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