displayverb [ T ]uk /dɪˈspleɪ/ us /dɪˈspleɪ/
display verb [ T ] (ARRANGE)
- There were photographs of all her children proudly displayed on the mantelpiece.
- His trophies were proudly displayed in a backlit cabinet.
- New books are displayed in a prominent position on tables at the front of the shop.
- Some displayed their wares on stalls, while others had just spread them out on the pavement.
- A photograph of her daughter was prominently displayed on her desk.
display verb [ T ] (SHOW)
display noun (ARRANGEMENT)
a fireworks display
- His performance is described in the paper as 'a breathtaking display of physical agility'.
- Our complete range of carpets is on display in our showroom.
- Valuable pieces of china were on display in a glass-fronted cabinet.
- The crowd was entertained with a display of aerobatics.
- A recent find of ancient artefacts is on display at the local museum.
display noun (SHOW)
There's never much (of a) display of affection between them.