1) to form, mold one's character

2) to epitomize; reflect smb.'s character

3) one's moral; true character

4) a bad, disreputable; firm, strong; excellent, fine, good; impeccable, stainless; lovable; national; upright; weak character

5) of character (a person of good character)

person playing a role

6) to assume; play, portray a character

7) to delineate, depict, draw; develop; kill off a character

8) a fictitious; leading, main, major, principal; minor, supporting character

9) in character; out of character (his behavior was in character with his upbringing; her actions were out of character)

person, esp. dubious or eccentric

10) a dangerous; disreputable; historical; seedy, shady; strange, weird; suspicious; tough; underworld; unforgettable character

letter, figure

11) to form, trace; write characters

12) Arabic; Chinese; cuneiform; Cyrillic; Greek; Hebrew; Hindi; Latin; mathematical; special characters


13) to have a character of one's own

14) an official; political; subversive; unofficial character (the statements were of a political character)

* * *
kill off a character
mold one's character
portray a character
reflect smb. 's character
special characters
supporting character
true character
unforgettable character
weak character
write characters
out of character (his behavior was in character with his upbringing; her actions were out of character)
unofficial character (the statements were of a political character)
['nature'] to have a character of one's own
['person, esp. dubious or eccentric'] a dangerous
['personality'] ['behavior'] to form
['role'] ['person playing a role'] to assume
a bad
a fictitious
an official
in character
one's moral
to delineate
to epitomize
of character (a person of good character)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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