identification


identification
noun
1 act of identifying sb/sth
ADJECTIVE
accurate, correct, precise
positive
mistaken

There is virtually no risk of mistaken identification in cases of date rape.

quick, rapid
early

Early identification of adolescents at risk for violence is needed.

easy
eyewitness (esp. AmE)

Eyewitness identification is not as reliable as we tend to believe.

biometric, fingerprint, radio frequency, visual

the science of biometric identification

VERB + IDENTIFICATION
make

She was unable to make a positive identification of the suspect.

allow, enable, permit

Red and black wires are used to enable identification of specific circuits.

facilitate

The examination facilitates the early identification of any health problems.

IDENTIFICATION + NOUN
parade (BrE)

He stood on an identification parade at the police station.

procedure, process, technique
2 proof of identity
VERB + IDENTIFICATION
carry, have

Always carry some identification.

Do you have any identification?

produce, provide, show

One passenger couldn't provide identification.

ask for, check

The police checked their identification.

need, require

To vote, Florida law requires a photo identification with a signature.

IDENTIFICATION + NOUN
card, document, papers
badge, bracelet, device, label, tag, technology
code, number

The vehicle's identification number is stamped on the engine.

PHRASES
a means of identification

My only means of identification was my credit card.

for identification purposes

having their picture taken for identification purposes

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