take up a position (for a portrait, etc.); set oneself out as
put forward for discussion
"don't put on airs with me"
"This poses an interesting question"
"We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often"
"She posed as the Czar's daughter"
"Don't pay any attention to him--he is always posing to impress his peers!"
"She postured and made a total fool of herself"
"Put your things here"
"Set the tray down"
"Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"
"Place emphasis on a certain point"
"This beats me!"
"Got me--I don't know the answer!"
"a vexing problem"
"This question really stuck me"
He will end a ballet with the dancers in a uniform pose, all kneeling.
出自： M. Fonteyn
Head a little to one side in a pose of marked attention.
出自： P. Fitzgerald
She threw her arms out and struck a pose.
出自： E. Leonard
The model held a pose for an hour or two.
出自： R. Berthoud
The questions which the war posed for Socialists everywhere.
出自： G. F. Kennan
The menu posed a problem, every item on it being unfamiliar.
出自： A. Desai
Many tentative forays into love are aborted because they pose either real or symbolic threats.
出自： E. S. Person
A thing which would have pos'd Adam to name.
He had posed them with his conundrum at lunch.
出自： G. A. Birmingham
He posed as a rich man though he owed more than the owned.
She posed and smiled for the cameraman.
After the wedding we all posed for a photograph.