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showcase

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈʃəʊkeɪs/
MARKETING a situation or an event that makes it possible for the best features of something to be seen: a showcase for sth The North American International Auto Show is a showcase for new technologies related to driving.a showcase of sth The expo will be the largest showcase of green building products ever held. The forum included a technology showcase, during which participants were provided with hands-on demonstrations. 530 acres of land will be transformed into a showcase city.
COMMERCE in a store, museum, etc., a glass box in which products or objects can be displayed: They smashed a glass showcase, took 12 pieces of jewellery and fled.
Translations of “showcase”
in Chinese (Traditional) 容器, (玻璃)陳列櫃,展示櫥…
in Russian показ лучшего…
in Turkish vitrin, sergi vitrini, sergileme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 容器, (玻璃)陈列柜,展示橱…
in Polish wizytówka…
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