English - Vietnamese Dictionary
exhibit /ig'zibit/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- vật trưng bày, vật triển lãm
- ngoại động từ
- phô bày, trưng bày, triển lãm
- đệ trình, đưa ra
- to exhibit a piece of evidence: đưa ra một chứng cớ
- bày tỏ, tỏ ra, biểu lộ
- to exhibit patience: biểu lộ sự kiên nhẫn
+an object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence
+something shown to the public
+show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill
+to show, make visible or apparent
+show or demonstrate something to an interested audience
Advanced English Dictionary
show, display, present, offer, expose; show off, parade, brandish, flaunt; demonstrate, reveal, betray, manifest, exemplify, evince, evidence, disclose, express:
Her paintings are widely exhibited. Such behaviour exhibits poor judgement.
1 ~ (sth) (at / in ...) to show sth in a public place for people to enjoy or to give them information: [VN] They will be exhibiting their new designs at the trade fairs this spring. + Only one painting was exhibited in the artist's lifetime. + [V] He exhibits regularly in several local art galleries.
2 [VN] (written) to show clearly that you have or feel a particular feeling, quality or ability: The patient exhibited signs of fatigue and memory loss.
1 an object or a work of art put in a public place, for example a museum, so that people can see it: The museum contains some interesting exhibits on Spanish rural life.
2 a thing that is used in a court of law to prove that sb is guilty or not guilty: The first exhibit was a knife which the prosecution claimed was the murder weapon.
3 (AmE) = EXHIBITION (1): The new exhibit will tour a dozen US cities next year.
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