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Verb: display  di'spley
  1. To show, make visible or apparent
    "National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship";
    - expose, exhibit
     
  2. Attract attention by displaying some body part or posing; of animals
Noun: display  di'spley
  1. Something intended to communicate a particular impression
    "made a display of strength";
    - show
     
  2. Something shown to the public
    "the museum had many displays of oriental art";
    - exhibit, showing
     
  3. A visual representation of something
    - presentation
     
  4. Behaviour that makes your feelings public
    "a display of emotion"
     
  5. Exhibiting openly in public view
    "a display of courage"
     
  6. An electronic device that represents information in visual form
    - video display

Derived forms: displayed, displaying, displays

Type of: communication, court, demo, demonstration, disclosure, electronic device, representation, revealing, revelation, romance, show, solicit, woo

Encyclopedia: Display