- n1. recognition, detection, discernment, perception, discrimination; learning, finding, sighting; pointing out, naming, selection, Inf. fingering; differentiation, distinguishing, specification, characterization; designation, denomination, signification, indication.2. ascertainment, establishment, verification, proof; certification, corroboration, substantiation, authentication.3. mark, badge, identity card, ID card, ID, ID bracelet; identification tag, hallmark, driver's license, Mil. dog tag; calling card, letter of introduction; credentials, passport, visa, Fr. carte d'identite; signature, autograph, initials, monogram, mark, calligram; cachet, seal, stamp, signet, sigil, serial number; password, shibboleth, Fr. mot de passe, Fr. passe-parole. keyword.4. empathy, relating, responsiveness, involvement; sympathy, fellow feeling, sympathetic chord, vibration, Sl. vibes; association, transference, synthesia.
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identification — UK US /aɪˌdentɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/ noun ► [U] an official card or document with your name and photograph or other information on it, used for proving who you are: provide/show identification »To open a new account, the bank will require you to show four… … Financial and business terms
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Identification — I*den ti*fi*ca tion, n. [Cf. F. identification.] The act of identifying, or proving to be the same; also, the state of being identified. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
identification — I noun appellation, ascertainment, classification, cognizance, comparison, definition, delineation, denomination, designation, disclosure, identity classification, identity comparison, identity verification, label, proof of identity, recognition … Law dictionary
identification — [ī den΄tə fi kā′shən] n. [Fr] 1. an identifying or being identified 2. anything by which a person or thing can be identified [a driver s license is accepted as identification] 3. Psychoanalysis a mainly unconscious process by which a person… … English World dictionary
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identification — *recognition, apperception, assimilation Analogous words: perception, *discernment, discrimination: image, percept, sense datum, sensum, *sensation … New Dictionary of Synonyms
identification — [n] labeling; means of labeling apperception, assimilation, badge, bracelet, cataloging, classifying, credentials, description, dog tag, establishment, ID*, identity bracelet, letter of introduction, letter of recommendation, naming, papers,… … New thesaurus
identification — ► NOUN 1) the action or process of identifying or the fact of being identified. 2) an official document or other proof of one s identity … English terms dictionary