something intended to communicate a particular impression
"made a display of strength"; "a show of impatience"; "a good show of looking interested"
display, exhibit, showing(noun)
something shown to the public
"the museum had many exhibits of oriental art"
a visual representation of something
behavior that makes your feelings public
"a display of emotion"
exhibiting openly in public view
"a display of courage"
display, video display(verb)
an electronic device that represents information in visual form
expose, exhibit, display(verb)
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"
unwrap, let on, bring out, demo, scupper, divulge, march, give away, expose, endanger, peril, parade, let out, present, demonstrate, break, reveal, discover, exhibit, uncover, debunk, disclose, show
attract attention by displaying some body part or posing; of animals
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Ostentation is an ambitious showing forth of whatever is thought adapted to win admiration or praise; ostentation may be without words; as, the ostentation of wealth in fine residences, rich clothing, costly equipage, or the like; when in words, ostentation is rather in manner than in direct statement; as, the ostentation of learning. Boasting is in direct statement, and is louder and more vulgar than ostentation. There may be great display or show with little substance; ostentation suggests something substantial to be shown. Pageant, pageantry, parade, and pomp refer principally to affairs of arms or state; as, a royal pageant; a military parade. Pomp is some material demonstration of wealth and power, as in grand and stately ceremonial, rich furnishings, processions, etc., considered as worthy of the person or occasion in whose behalf it is manifested; pomp is the noble side of that which as ostentation is considered as arrogant and vain. Pageant and pageantry are inferior to pomp, denoting spectacular display designed to impress the public mind, and since the multitude is largely ignorant and thoughtless, the words pageant and pageantry have a suggestion of the transient and unsubstantial. Parade (Latin paro, prepare) is an exhibition as of troops in camp going through the evolutions that are to be used in battle, and suggests a lack of earnestness and direct or immediate occasion or demand; hence, in the more general sense, a parade is an uncalled for exhibition, and so used is a more disparaging word than ostentation; ostentation may spring merely from undue self-gratulation, parade implies a desire to impress others with a sense of one's abilities or resources, and is always offensive and somewhat contemptible; as, a parade of wealth or learning. Pomposity and pompousness are the affectation of pomp.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
a flat panel or area on an electronic device such as a television, computer, or smartphone, on which images and data are displayed.
a television screen.Submitted by JP03 on June 7, 2015
my smartphone's display is broken
Dictionary of English Synonymes
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
List of paraphrases for "display":
screen, show, viewing, visualization, displaying, posting, displayed, displays, visualize, view, unhide, exhibition, presentation, demonstrate, showing, exposure, submission, signage, postings, visualisation, screens, appear, showcase, front-of-screen, demonstration, poster, representation, shows, panel, exhibit, post
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How to use display in a sentence?
If Apple uses OLED for all models for next year, that could raise hopes for LG Display to take a slice, as Apple may want to diversify its sources for OLED supply.
In every urban core you have the same mentality that is on display in St Louis right now. In St Louis, we have a human capital crisis where you have men, women, boys and girls who have not been cultivated to care, so, violence becomes a knee-jerk reaction.
I know that part of being in the spotlight is that people might invade your privacy and have opinions on it, but it's bizarre that normal folk are allowed to display such hate and opinions on a part of my life that I'm not putting out there, it's a strange side of fame that you're allowed to be torn apart by thousands of people even though you didn't put that piece of you out there.
Numbers are essential, but not absolutely essential to strength. For many churches are numerically strong but lamentably weak spiritually. Numbers, then, are no display of spiritual power or strength.
The casino had no safety policies in place for floor inspection or fall prevention and had no criticism of the employees failure to pick up the trip hazard even though its own internal documents found her at fault, the casinos callous disregard for their customers safety was on full display throughout the trial.
Translations for display
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- излагане, показ, мониторBulgarian
- espectacle, exhibir, monitorCatalan, Valencian
- Bildschirm, Monitor, Vorführung, anzeigen, Display, AnzeigeGerman
- παράσταση, παρουσιάζω, οθόνη, προβάλλωGreek
- monitor, (en) aparador, exhibir, exposición, espectáculoSpanish
- näyttö, monitoriFinnish
- représentation, étaler, spectacle, afficherFrench
- taisbeanadhScottish Gaelic
- էկրան, մոնիտոր, դիսփլեյ, ցուցասարքArmenian
- video, rappresentazione, saggio, schermoItalian
- ディスプレイ, 表示Japanese
- display, beeldscherm, spektakelDutch
- отображать, зрелище, показать, монитор, выставить, представление, показ, дисплей, выставлять, шоу, отобразить, демонстрация, показывать, экранRussian
- uppvisning, display, bildskärm, monitorSwedish
- biểu hiện, trưng bàyVietnamese
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