- v. 展览；陈列；展示；表现
- n. 展品；展览
- vt. & vi. 陈列; 展览 show publicly for pleasure, for sale, in a competition, etc.
- vt. & vi. 显示 give clear evidence of a quality
- [C]展览品,陈列品 sth that is exhibited
- [C]在法庭提出的证物 sth brought into a law court to prove the truth
an object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence
something shown to the public;
"the museum had many exhibits of oriental art"
show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill;
"he exhibits a great talent"
to show, make visible or apparent;
"The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month"
"Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?"
"National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship"
give an exhibition of to an interested audience;
"She shows her dogs frequently"
"We will demo the new software in Washington"
"She parades her new husband around town"
- Many unearthed cultural relics were exhibited at the museum.
- He was given a whole room to exhibit his paintings.
- She exhibited great powers of endurance during the climb.
- They deprecated the new exhibit.
- The exhibit will be open through February, 2004.
- Next week those goods will exhibit in that shop.
- This young photographer exhibited in the Workers's Club.
- The young painter has not yet exhibited his work.
- Manufacturers are exhibiting their new model cars.
- He exhibited great courage.
- The girls exhibited great powers of endurance in the tug-of-war.
- He exhibited a complete lack of concern for others.
- His paintings are exhibited in the gallery.
- The paintings are exhibited in chronological sequence.
- The sample machine is exhibited for visitors to make suggestions for improvement.
- Documents were exhibited in a lawcourt.
- Don't touch the exhibits.
- There are many machines on exhibit.
- The first exhibit was a gun.
- exhibit an art collection 展出收藏的艺术品
- exhibit clothes 展出服装
- exhibit flowers 展览花卉
- exhibit goods 陈列商品
- exhibit paintings 展示绘画作品
- exhibit unearthed cultural relics 展出出土文物
- exhibit aesthetic sense 表现出有审美感
- exhibit anger 表现出愤怒
- exhibit anxiety 表现出焦急
- exhibit bravery 表现出勇敢
- exhibit fear 表现出害怕
- exhibit great courage 表现出很大勇气
- exhibit inclination 表现出意向
- exhibit interest 表现出兴趣
- exhibit abilities 显示才干
- exhibit advantage 显示优点
- exhibit delicacy 显出优美
- exhibit great creative power 显示出很大的创造力
- exhibit signs 显示出迹象
- exhibit prize 提供奖金
- exhibit wars 参加比赛
- exhibit at〔in〕 在…展出
- exhibit at World Fair 在世界博览会上展出
- exhibit before 在…面前展示
- exhibit before the public 向公众展示
- exhibit in several galleries 在好几个画廊展出
- exhibit to 呈现给…看
The power to compel an exhibit of books of account.出自：Times
The lake..exhibits the colour of pure water.出自： J. Tyndall
Big Brother is the guise in which the Party chooses to exhibit itself to the world.出自： G. Orwell
These remarks seemed perfectly genuine, as really exhibiting the state of his mind.出自： B. Bainbridge
- exhibit, show
- exhibit常带有“展览”的意思,其宾语多为有价值的东西,如古物等; 而show则多表示“出示”某物,宾语多为小型物品,如证件等。例如:
- She has exhibited her paintings in Paris.她的画在巴黎展出过。
- exhibit, exhibition
- Don't touch the exhibits.不要触摸展品。
- The art school holds an exhibition of paintings every year.这所艺术学校每年举办一个画展。
- ☆ 15世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古典拉丁语的exhibit；最初源自古典拉丁语的exhibitum，意为展示出来让别人看。