Identification meaning

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A person's association with or assumption of the qualities, characteristics, or views of another person or group.
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Identification is defined as the act of determining who someone or what something is.

A person choosing a suspect from a police lineup is an example of identification.

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An identifying or being identified.
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Proof or evidence of identity.
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A mainly unconscious process by which a person formulates a mental image of another person and then thinks, feels, and acts in a way which resembles this image.
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A person's association with or assumption of the qualities, characteristics, or views of another person or group.
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The act of identifying, or proving to be the same.

Much education and experience is required for proper identification of bird species.

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Something, esp. a card or document, serving to establish the identity of someone or something.

A driver's license is accepted as identification.

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The assignment of an identifier such as a username for a person or a name for a computer or network device. See identifier.
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The state of being identified.
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A particular instance of identifying something.

Information necessary to make a good identification.

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A feeling of support, sympathy, understanding or belonging towards somebody or something.
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A document or documents serving as evidence of a person's identity.

The authorities asked for his identification.

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The definition of identification is the document with your picture and personal information.

A driver’s license is an example of identification.

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Origin of identification

  • From French identification.

    From Wiktionary