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An exhibition of items
“The annual motor show comes to town at the same time each year.”
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A spectacle or display, usually impressive
“Spring brings a lovely show of bright colorful flowers.”
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A staged form of entertainment
“The local theater currently has a show that everyone is raving about.”
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A demonstration
“It was a brutal show of force by the dictator.”
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A false front or appearance
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“Johnny made a show of doing his homework when he was actually playing games on his computer.”
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A mere display or pomp with no substance
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“I may workout every day, but my muscles are just for show, not for hard labor.”
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An undertaking, project, or organization
“The boss runs the show, and we follow his lead.”
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A program that is broadcast through media
“Breaking Bad was a very popular show watched by many.”
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A movie, usually watched in the cinemas
“We should catch a show with some popcorn this weekend.”
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Grandeur, brilliance, lavishness or splendor
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A speech or talk, typically in which a new product, idea, or piece of work is shown and explained
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An impressively large or varied display of something
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An opportunity to do or achieve something
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Airshow or aerobatics
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The state or quality of being light-hearted or cheerful
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Excessive pride in or admiration of one's own appearance or achievements
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An eye-catching person or thing
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An act or series of acts performed according to a traditional or prescribed form
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The process in a woman of discharging blood and other material from the lining of the uterus at intervals of about one lunar month from puberty until the menopause, except during pregnancy
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Each of the separate instalments into which a serialized story or radio or television programme is divided
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An advance showing of a film, exhibition etc.
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A large meeting or conference, especially of members of a political party or a particular profession or group
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The whole kit and caboodle
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A sudden or brief manifestation or occurrence of something
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A dramatic waving or sweeping movement
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Hypocritical, sanctimonious or deceptive talk or behavior
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An activity engaged in for amusement, or the act of engaging in one
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To display or exhibit something
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“The museum's exhibition will show paintings by Matisse and Picasso.”
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To appear or be visible
“Your bald spot will still show despite your combover.”
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To establish a fact to be true
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“Recent statistics show that unemployment has fallen to record lows.”
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To depict pictorially or artistically
“His painting would show life in the country during the 18th century.”
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To express or convey one's thoughts or feelings
“Charlie could not help but show his frustration with the problems he faced.”
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To explain or demonstrate something
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“I will show you how to operate this machine.”
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To accord someone with a unique gesture
“The gladiator would show his opponent mercy by sparing his life.”
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To guide or escort
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“The usher will show you to your seat.”
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To put in an appearance
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“She would show for work despite feeling sick that day.”
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(with object) To convey information
“The sign ahead will show how much further we have to travel.”
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To broadcast via media
“The network will show the game on ESPN tonight.”
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To be symbolic of
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To promote the use, sale, or acceptance of
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To emanate a feeling or quality through one's expression or bearing
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To exhibit or present (a particular facial expression or appearance)
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To indicate in some way for later reference
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Protrude slightly so as to be just visible
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To direct the attention of someone to
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To hold or display a specified thought or emotion
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(usually in past tense form "pictured") To represent in a photograph or picture
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Make a performance of
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To discover (something hidden, lost, or kept secret) by investigation or searching
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To happen or take place
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To struggle by every available means to gain or achieve something
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Excite, please
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To protrude or extend outwardly
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To make a record of
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To give someone a cue signal
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To meet or come together at an agreed time and place