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Does it have a similar meaning and usage to "what does it mean? Or is it only suitable to a specific context in which the verb represent is used? It may have the meaning of "to stand for" but in very limited contexts where it would actually mean "depict". We use this all the time in Mathematics. Sometimes the meanings are interchangeable, but formally "to represent" is closer to "to stand for. Those are invariable demonstrative pronouns. For all the other verbs, you use ceci for this, and cela for that. Though looking at your streak, I suspect you didn't require it anymore. But someone else might find it handy.
Brisbois Edmond. Qu'est-ce que l'existence?. In: Revue Philosophique de Louvain. Thomas Ver.
What lies behind words? Words represent realities that have to be identified before they can be rendered in another language. This article attempts to show how one can take into account, and teach, cultural references. Les noms de J. Ainsi, pour reprendre ce que dit R.