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trade shownoun [C]

uk   us   (also trade exhibition, also trade fair) MARKETING, COMMERCE
an ​event at which ​companies show their ​products and ​services to ​customers and possible ​customers: Games ​companiesunveiled their latest ​products at the ​annualtrade show in LA.trade show booth/display/exhibit Larger ​organizations often have a ​portabletrade show ​booth that ​allows them to ​display large pictures and ​signs to ​attractattention.
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