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display

verb [T]  /dɪˈspleɪ/ us  

display verb [T] (SHOW)

to show something or a collection of things in an organized way for people to see: The museum displays the tools and clothes of native Indians.

display verb [T] (BECOME KNOWN)

to let something become known by what you say or do, or how you look: He doesn’t display much emotion.

display

noun  /dɪˈspleɪ/ us  

display noun (COLLECTION)

[C/U] an arrangement or collection of one or more things that are shown in an organized way: [U] Paintings and carvings of birds and animals will be on display in the main ballroom of the hotel.

display noun (SHOW OF FEELING)

[C] the act of showing a feeling or quality by what you say or do, or how you look: It was an impressive display of unity and goodwill among South Africa’s diverse legislators.
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