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Translation of "show" - English-Russian dictionary

show

verb     /ʃəʊ/ ( past tense showed, past participle shown)
PROVE [T] B2 If numbers, results, facts, etc show something, they prove that it is true. выявлять, устанавливать [+ (that)] Research shows that 40% of the programme's viewers are aged over 55. Sales figures showed a significant increase last month.Proving and disproving
LET SOMEONE SEE [T] A1 to let someone look at something показывать [+ two objects] Show me your photos. Show your passport to the officer.Showing and demonstrating
show sb what to do/how to do sth B1 to teach someone how to do something by explaining it or by doing it yourself while they watch показывать кому-либо что делать/как делать что-либо She showed me how to use the new computer system. Have you shown him what to do?Helping and co-operatingTeaching in general
EXPRESS [T] B2 to express a feeling so that other people are able to notice it выражать, проявлять He hasn't shown any interest so far. If she was upset, she certainly didn't show it.Expressing and showing feelings
EASY TO SEE [I, T] to be easy to see, or to make something easy to see быть заметным, подчеркивать The sadness really shows on her face. Light-coloured carpets show the dirt.VisibleApparent and obvious
show sb into/around/round, etc B1 to take someone to or round a place провожать, сопровождать She showed me round the factory.Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
IMAGE [T] If a picture, film, map, etc shows something, that thing can be seen in the picture, film, etc. изображать A diagram shows the levels of rainfall in different parts of the country.Showing and demonstrating
FILM [I, T] If a cinema shows a film or a film is showing somewhere, you can go and see it there. демонстрировать, идти (о фильме) Cinema - general words
(Definition of show verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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