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presentation

noun
 
 
/ˌprezənˈteɪʃən/
[C] a talk to a group in which information about a new product, plan, etc. is presented: give/make/do a presentation I made a presentation to the board, but sadly it was rejected. They gave a PowerPoint presentation explaining what they hoped to accomplish.sales/strategy presentation Closing a sale constitutes the objective of any sales presentation.
[U] the way in which someone or something appears or is shown: Presentation is important if you want people to buy your products.business/corporate/public presentation The most important place to spend money is on business presentation, meaning the quality of your stationery, business cards, brochures, etc.
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