1. To give the impression of being; appear:
The child seems healthy, but the doctor is concerned.
2. To appear to one's own opinion or mind:
I can't seem to get the story straight.
3. To appear to be true, probable, or evident:
It seems you object to the plan. It seems like rain. He seems to have worked in sales for several years.
4. To appear to exist:
There seems no reason to postpone it.
5. Middle English semen
6. from Old Norse s?ma [to conform to]
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 s?ma [适应，与…一致]
7. from s?mr [fitting] * see sem- 1
源自 s?mr [合适的] *参见 sem- 1
8. The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to present the appearance of being”: