Übersetzung von “display” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch


noundisplay /dɪsˈpleɪ/
countable-uncountable =exhibition; an arrangement of things for people to look at
exposition feminine

a display of the children's artwork
une exposition des œuvres d'art des enfants
on display

paintings on display in the gallery
des tableaux exposés dans la gallerie
countable behavior that shows a particular feeling or quality
manifestation feminine , démonstration feminine

a display of courage/affection
une manifestation de courage / démonstration d'affection
countable a show or performance
spectacle masculine

a fireworks display
un spectacle de feux d'artifice
countable a screen showing information
affichage masculine , écran masculine

a digital display
un écran/affichage numérique


verb transitivedisplay /dɪˈspleɪ/
≠conceal; to show a quality or feelings in the way you behave
faire preuve de , montrer

He displayed excellent communication skills.
Il a fait preuve de grands talents de communication.

to display a strong interest in sports
montrer un grand intérêt pour le sport
=present; to arrange things for people to look at

tables to display the items for sale
des tables pour exposer les articles à vendre
to show information on a screen

Arrival times are displayed on TV screens.
Les heures d'arrivée sont affichées sur des écrans de télévision.

(Übersetzung von “display” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)


verb /diˈsplei/

to set out for show

The china was displayed in a special cabinet.

to show

She displayed a talent for mimicry.



an entertainment etc intended to show the ability etc of those taking part

a dancing display.

something which shows or sets out something else

exposition, étalage
an advertising display.

the part of a video recorder, calculator, digital watch etc that shows numbers, the date, time, or other information.

The alarm clock has a digital display.

(Übersetzung von “display” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)