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Polish translation of “exhibition”

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exhibition

noun
 
 
/ˌeksɪˈbɪʃən/
OBJECTS [C, U] B1 when objects such as paintings are shown to the public
wystawa
There's a new exhibition of sculpture on at the city gallery. an exhibition centreExhibiting and exhibitions
SKILLS/QUALITIES [C] when someone shows a particular skill or quality that they have to the public
pokaz
Exhibiting and exhibitions
Translations of “exhibition”
in Korean 전시회…
in Arabic مَعْرَض…
in Portuguese exposição…
in Catalan exposició…
in Japanese 展覧会, 展示会…
in Italian mostra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 展覽(會), 表現,顯示…
in Russian выставка, проявление…
in Turkish sergi, gösterime sunma, gösterilme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 展览(会), 表现,显示…
(Definition of exhibition from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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