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To be a feature or example of something

feature

verb

to be an important part or aspect of something

enter into

to be an important aspect of a situation

characterize

verb

to be a typical quality or feature of someone or something

exemplify

verb

to be a typical example of something

typify

verb

to be an excellent or typical example of something

epitomize

verb

to be the best possible example of a particular type of person or thing

typify

verb

to be a typical part or feature of something

define

verb

to be a feature or quality that shows exactly what someone or something is like

embody

verb

to be the best possible example of a particular idea, quality, or principle, especially a good one

represent

verb

to be an example of a particular quality or type

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… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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