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Display vs. Exhibit

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Displaynoun

A show or spectacle.

‘The trapeze artist put on an amazing acrobatic display.’;

Exhibitverb

(transitive) To display or show (something) for others to see, especially at an exhibition or contest.

‘He wanted to exhibit his baseball cards.’;

Displaynoun

A piece of work to be presented visually.

‘Pupils are expected to produce a wall display about a country of their choice.’;

Exhibitverb

(transitive) To demonstrate.

‘The players exhibited great skill.’;

Displaynoun

(computing) An electronic screen that shows graphics or text.

Exhibitverb

To submit (a physical object) to a court as evidence.

‘I now exhibit this bloody hammer.’;

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Displaynoun

(computing) The presentation of information for visual or tactile reception.

Exhibitverb

(intransitive) To put on a public display.

‘Will you be exhibiting this year?’;

Displaynoun

The asterisk symbol, used to denote that the following information will be displayed, eg, *H will "display history".

Exhibitverb

(medicine) To administer as a remedy.

‘to exhibit calomel’;

Displayverb

(transitive) To show conspicuously; to exhibit; to demonstrate; to manifest.

Exhibitnoun

An instance of exhibiting.

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Displayverb

(intransitive) To make a display; to act as one making a show or demonstration.

Exhibitnoun

That which is exhibited.

Displayverb

(military) To extend the front of (a column), bringing it into line.

Exhibitnoun

A public showing; an exhibition.

‘The museum's new exhibit is drawing quite a crowd.’;

Displayverb

To make conspicuous by using large or prominent type.

Exhibitnoun

(legal) An article formally introduced as evidence in a court.

‘Exhibit A is this photograph of the corpse.’;

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Displayverb

(obsolete) To discover; to descry.

Exhibitverb

To hold forth or present to view; to produce publicly, for inspection; to show, especially in order to attract notice to what is interesting; to display; as, to exhibit commodities in a warehouse, a picture in a gallery.

‘Exhibiting a miserable example of the weakness of mind and body.’;

Displayverb

(obsolete) To spread out, to unfurl.

Exhibitverb

To submit, as a document, to a court or officer, in course of proceedings; also, to present or offer officially or in legal form; to bring, as a charge.

‘He suffered his attorney-general to exhibit a charge of high treason against the earl.’;

Displayverb

To unfold; to spread wide; to expand; to stretch out; to spread.

‘The northern wind his wings did broad display.’;

Exhibitverb

To administer as a remedy; as, to exhibit calomel.

Displayverb

To extend the front of (a column), bringing it into line.

Exhibitnoun

Any article, or collection of articles, displayed to view, as in an industrial exhibition; a display; as, this exhibit was marked A; the English exhibit.

Displayverb

To spread before the view; to show; to exhibit to the sight, or to the mind; to make manifest.

‘His statement . . . displays very clearly the actual condition of the army.’;

Exhibitnoun

A document produced and identified in court for future use as evidence.

Displayverb

To make an exhibition of; to set in view conspicuously or ostentatiously; to exhibit for the sake of publicity; to parade.

‘Proudly displaying the insignia of their order.’;

Exhibitnoun

an object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence

Displayverb

To make conspicuous by large or prominent type.

Exhibitnoun

something shown to the public;

‘the museum had many exhibits of oriental art’;

Displayverb

To discover; to descry.

‘And from his seat took pleasure to displayThe city so adorned with towers.’;

Exhibitverb

show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill;

‘he exhibits a great talent’;

Displayverb

To output (results or data) in a visible manner on the screen of a monitor, CRT, or other device.

Exhibitverb

to show, make visible or apparent;

‘The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month’; ‘Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?’; ‘National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship’;

Displayverb

To make a display; to act as one making a show or demonstration.

Exhibitverb

show or demonstrate something to an interested audience;

‘She shows her dogs frequently’; ‘We will demo the new software in Washington’;

Displaynoun

An opening or unfolding; exhibition; manifestation.

‘Having witnessed displays of his power and grace.’;

Exhibitverb

walk ostentatiously;

‘She parades her new husband around town’;

Displaynoun

Ostentatious show; exhibition for effect; parade.

‘He died, as erring man should die,Without display, without parade.’;

Displaynoun

An electronic device on which the output signal of another electronic device may be presented in a visual form; - also called display device. Typically the display device it is the screen of a cathode-ray tube, as in a computer monitor, but other forms of visual display such as LED or liquid crystal devices are also used. The printed output from a computer or other device is not considered as a display.

Displaynoun

The output signal from a computer program, displayed on a display device. The displayed signal may consist of letters, numbers, or any graphical image.

Displaynoun

a pattern of behavior, such as showing a body part to another animal, by which one animal conveys information to another, as for mating or defense.

Displaynoun

something intended to communicate a particular impression;

‘made a display of strength’; ‘a show of impatience’; ‘a good show of looking interested’;

Displaynoun

something shown to the public;

‘the museum had many exhibits of oriental art’;

Displaynoun

an electronic device that represents information in visual form

Displaynoun

a visual representation of something

Displaynoun

behavior that makes your feelings public;

‘a display of emotion’;

Displaynoun

exhibiting openly in public view;

‘a display of courage’;

Displayverb

to show, make visible or apparent;

‘The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month’; ‘Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?’; ‘National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship’;

Displayverb

make clear and visible;

‘The article revealed the policies of the government’;

Displayverb

attract attention by displaying some body part or posing; of animals

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