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English definition of “display”
› [C] MARKETING, COMMERCE a collection of products or objects arranged for people to look at or buy in a store: The company has launched a new range of toiletries with a gloriously bright green in-store display of fresh grass. a display window/shelf/counter a window display
› [U] MARKETING, COMMERCE the act of arranging goods or objects for people to look at or buy in a store: The window dresser is responsible for choosing items for display in the stores.
› [C or U] IT the words and pictures that you see on a computer screen or other piece of electronic equipment: Data projectors allow any computer display to be shown on large screens or white walls in class or the school hall. Check the on-screen display to ensure that it makes sense to you.
› [C] IT a screen that is part of a computer system or other piece of equipment: Watch the cash register display at the checkout counter to see how much you are spending.display monitor/panel/screen He showed me the picture on his digital camera's display screen.
on display › MARKETING, COMMERCE arranged for people to look at or buy in a store: The store is increasing the number of products on display. Computers are put on display at one of the company's retail outlets in the city. → See also island display