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  2. Show Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    Synonyms of show transitive verb 1 : to cause or permit to be seen : exhibit showed pictures of the baby 2 : to offer for sale stores were showing new spring suits 3 : to present as a public spectacle : perform 4 : to reveal by one's condition, nature, or behavior showed themselves to be cowards 5 : to give indication or record of

  3. 295 Synonyms & Antonyms of SHOW - Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of show 1 as in to display to present so as to invite notice or attention fishing for compliments, the neighbors showed their new SUV to everyone on the block Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance display exhibit unveil announce flash wave flaunt expose parade produce reveal show off strut proclaim advertise sport air broadcast post divulge

  4. Show Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    to make, be, or become visible or noticeable to show one's dislike. (tr) to present to view; exhibit he showed me a picture. (tr) to indicate or explain; prove to show that the earth moves round the sun. (tr) to exhibit or present (oneself or itself) in a specific characterto show oneself to be trustworthy. noun.

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  6. To show something is to display something, to share it, or to put on a little show about it. Show is a word with many meanings, but they're closely related. There are TV and radio shows, and a play is also a show. In those cases, shows are types of entertainment. You can also say, "Let me show you something."

  7. SHOW | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    to record or express a number or measurement: The right-hand dial shows the temperature, and the left-hand one shows the air pressure. The company showed a loss of $2 million last year. The latest crime figures show a sharp rise in burglaries. More examples.

  8. show - WordReference.com Dictionary of English

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    to exhibit, display, or offer (goods, etc) for sale: three artists were showing at the gallery. ( transitive) to allege, as in a legal document: to show cause. to present (a play, film, etc) or (of a play, etc) to be presented, as at a theatre or cinema. ( transitive) to guide or escort: please show me to my room.

  9. See definition of show on Dictionary.com noun demonstration, exhibition noun entertainment event noun false front; appearance given verb actively exhibit something verb passively exhibit something verb grant verb accompany synonyms for show Compare Synonyms appearance display fair pageant parade presentation program spectacle array expo exposition

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  11. The .show() method animates the width, height, and opacity of the matched elements simultaneously. Durations are given in milliseconds; higher values indicate slower animations, not faster ones. The strings 'fast' and 'slow' can be supplied to indicate durations of 200 and 600 milliseconds, respectively.