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exhibit

US [ɪɡˈzɪbɪt]
UK [ɪɡ'zɪbɪt]
  • v.展览;表现;展出
  • n.陈列品;(在法庭上出示的)物证
  • Web显示;展示;展品
Simple Present:exhibits  Present Participle:exhibiting  Past Tense:exhibited  
exhibit
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v.
1.
[t][i]
展览;展出to show sth in a public place for people to enjoy or to give them information
They will be exhibiting their new designs at the trade fairs.
他们将在商品交易会上展出他们新的设计。
He exhibits regularly in local art galleries.
他经常在当地的画廊举办画展。
2.
[t]
~ sth
表现,显示,显出(感情、品质或能力)to show clearly that you have or feel a particular feeling, quality or ability
The patient exhibited signs of fatigue and memory loss.
病人表现出疲劳和记忆力丧失的迹象。
n.
1.
(一件)展览品,陈列品an object or a work of art put in a public place, for example a museum, so that people can see it
2.
(在法庭上出示的)物证,证据a thing that is used in court to prove that sb is guilty or not guilty
The first exhibit was a knife which the prosecution claimed was the murder weapon.
当庭出示的第一件物证就是原告称为杀人凶器的一把刀。

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