create a representation or model of; "The pilots are trained in conditions simulating high-altitude flights"
plan or create according to a model or models
produce; make; create
╚ imitate; copy; simulate
╚ sovietize; sovietise
display (clothes) as a mannequin; "model the latest fashion"
╚ expose; exhibit; display
model, pose, sit, posture
assume a posture as for artistic purpose s; "We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often"
╚ expose; exhibit; display
╚model, pose, sit, adjective
worthy of imitation; " exemplary behavior "; "model citizens"
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Middle French modelle sometimes called a mannequin , from Old Italian modello, from Vulgar Latin *modellus, from Latin modulus small measure, from modus
[Late 16th century. Via French modèle< Italian modello "model" < Latin modulus "measure" < modus]
synonyms model, example, pattern, exemplar, ideal mean someone or something set before one for guidance or imitation
mannequin nom commun - masculin, féminin ( mannequine, mannequins, mannequines )
couture forme humaine utilisée comme modèle pour présenter des vêtements
According to the Oxford Dictionary, it is defined as:
1 a three-dimensional representation of a person or thing, typically on a smaller scale.
2 (in sculpture) a figure made in clay or wax which is then reproduced in a more durable material.
3 something used as an example.
4 a simplified mathematical description of a system or process, used to assist calculations and
5 an excellent example of a quality.
6 a person employed to display clothes by wearing them.
7 a person employed to pose for an artist.
8 a particular design or version of a product.
A simplified representation of a limited part of reality with related elements
The construction of physical, conceptual or mathematical simulations of the real world.
Models help to show relationships between processes (physical, economic or social) and
may be used to predict the effects of changes in land use
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Model - A person who works in the field of fashion to wear clothes for viewing or who demonstrates or displays other items for consumer interest.
The process involves deciding which simplifications, idealizations, or abstractions to make, what kinds of representations to adopt, and how to express the selected properties of the referent.
A person who is employed for the purpose of displaying and promoting fashion clothing or other products and for advertising or promotional purposes or who poses for works of art.
fashion model's work: the work of a fashion model
Models express emotion in their photographs, and many describe themselves as actors.
To display by wearing or posing.
One serving as an example to be imitated or compared:
A person employed to display merchandise, such as clothing or cosmetics.
(Clothing & Fashion) the practice or occupation of a person who models clothes
Somebody paid to wear clothes: somebody who is paid to wear clothes or demonstrate merchandise, e.g. in fashion shows or in photographs
One that serves as the subject for an artist, especially a person employed to pose for a painter, sculptor, or photographer.
To give shape or form to; fashion. –verb
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