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Translation of "display" - English-Turkish dictionary


noun     /dɪˈspleɪ/
B1 a collection of objects or pictures arranged for people to look at sergi, vitrin, sergileme, teşhir a display of children's paintingsExhibiting and exhibitions
on display
B1 If something is on display, it is there for people to look at. sergide, vitrinde, teşhirde Many old aircraft are on display at the museum.Exhibiting and exhibitions
B2 a performance or show for people to watch gösteri, gösterim a firework display Showing and demonstrating
B1 when something is shown electronically such as on a computer screen bilgisayar ekranı, gösterim ekranı The display problems might be due to a shortage of disk space.Operating computersShowing and demonstrating
a display of affection/anger, etc
when someone behaves in a way that shows they have a particular feeling sevgi/kızgınlık sergileme/gösterme Expressing and showing feelings
(Definition of display noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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