Meaning of DISPLAY in English

DISPLAY

transcription, транскрипция: [ dɪspleɪ ]

( displays, displaying, displayed)

Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English.

1.

If you display something that you want people to see, you put it in a particular place, so that people can see it easily.

Among the protesters and war veterans proudly displaying their medals was Aubrey Rose...

= exhibit

VERB : V n

Display is also a noun.

Most of the other artists whose work is on display were his pupils or colleagues.

N-UNCOUNT : oft on N

2.

If you display something, you show it to people.

She displayed her wound to the twelve gentlemen of the jury...

The chart can then display the links connecting these groups.

= show

VERB : V n to n , V n

3.

If you display a characteristic, quality, or emotion, you behave in a way which shows that you have it.

He has displayed remarkable courage in his efforts to reform the party.

= show

VERB : V n

Display is also a noun.

Normally, such an outward display of affection is reserved for his mother.

= show

N-VAR : oft N of n

4.

When a computer displays information, it shows it on a screen.

They started out by looking at the computer screens which display the images...

VERB : V n

5.

A display is an arrangement of things that have been put in a particular place, so that people can see them easily.

...a display of your work...

N-COUNT : oft N of n

6.

A display is a public performance or other event which is intended to entertain people.

...gymnastic displays.

N-COUNT : with supp

7.

The display on a computer screen is the information that is shown there. The screen itself can also be referred to as the display .

A hard copy of the screen display can also be obtained from a printer.

N-COUNT : usu sing

see also liquid crystal display

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