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Noun
An exhibition of items
“The annual motor show comes to town at the same time each year.”
Verb
To display or exhibit something
“The museum's exhibition will show paintings by Matisse and Picasso.”
Verb
To be visible, to be seen
“Your bald spot will still show despite your combover.”
Noun
A spectacle or display, usually impressive
“Spring brings a lovely show of bright colorful flowers.”
Noun
A staged form of entertainment
“The local theater currently has a show that everyone is raving about.”
Verb
To establish a fact to be true
“Recent statistics show that unemployment has fallen to record lows.”
Verb
To depict pictorially or artistically
“His painting would show life in the country during the 18th century.”
Noun
A demonstration
“It was a brutal show of force by the dictator.”
Noun
A false front or appearance
“Johnny made a show of doing his homework when he was actually playing games on his computer.”
Noun
A mere display or pomp with no substance
“I may workout everyday, but my muscles are just for show, not for hard labor.”
Noun
An undertaking, project, or organization
“The boss runs the show and we follow his lead.”
Verb
To express or convey one's thoughts or feelings
“Charlie could not help but show his frustration with the problems he faced.”
Verb
To explain or demonstrate something
“I will show you how to operate this machine.”
Verb
To accord someone with a unique gesture
“The gladiator would show his opponent mercy by sparing his life.”
Verb
To guide or escort
“The usher will show you to your seat.”
Verb
To put in an appearance
“She would show for work despite feeling sick that day.”
Verb
(with object) To convey information
“The sign ahead will show how much further we have to travel.”
Noun
A program that is broadcast through media
“Breaking Bad was a very popular show watched by many.”
Noun
A movie, usually watched in the cinemas
“We should catch a show with some popcorn this weekend.”
Verb
To broadcast via media
“The network will show the game on ESPN tonight.”
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