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Noun
An occasion when something is shown, typically a visual presentation
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“We will be heading to the theater this evening to witness a stage showing of Peter Pan.”
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A performance of a specified quality
“At the other end of the age spectrum, Lennon's vigorous showing belied his years.”
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The revelation of something secret, especially something embarrassing or damaging
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Designating
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The act or state of programing
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The action or fact of illustrating something
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A programme or signal that is broadcast or sent out
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The state or fact of existing, occurring, or being present
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An outward appearance, usually fake or insincere
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Verb
Going somewhere, typically with some degree of difficulty
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“She would show for work despite feeling sick that day.”
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Present participle for to display or exhibit something
“The museum's exhibition will show paintings by Matisse and Picasso.”
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Present participle for to be visible, to be seen
“Your bald spot will still show despite your combover.”
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Present participle for to establish a fact to be true
“Recent statistics show that unemployment has fallen to record lows.”
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Present participle for to depict pictorially or artistically
“His painting would show life in the country during the 18th century.”
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Present participle for 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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Present participle for to explain or demonstrate something
“I will show you how to operate this machine.”
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Present participle for to accord someone with a unique gesture
“The gladiator would show his opponent mercy by sparing his life.”
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Present participle for to guide or escort
“The usher will show you to your seat.”
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(with object) Present participle for to convey information
“The sign ahead will show how much further we have to travel.”
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Present participle for to broadcast via media
“The network will show the game on ESPN tonight.”
Adjective
Purporting to depict
Adjective
Indicating
Adjective
Being shown or exhibited to the public
Adjective
Conveying (a specified quality or idea)
Adjective
Bare or exposed without a covering or protection
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