exhibir


exhibir
v.
1 to exhibit.
El museo exhibe su obra The museum exhibits his work.
2 to show off (joyas, cualidades).
3 to show, to screen.
4 to demonstrate, to evidence, to exhibit.
Elsa exhibe mucha madurez Elsa demonstrates much maturity.
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exhibir
verbo transitivo
1 to exhibit, show, display
2 (ostentar) to show off
3 DERECHO to produce
verbo pronominal exhibirse
1 (ostentar) to show off, make an exhibition of oneself
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verb
1) to exhibit, show
2) display
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1. VT
1) (=mostrar) [+ cuadros] to exhibit, put on show; [+ artículos] to display; [+ pasaporte] to show; [+ película] to screen

los diseños exhibidos en la exposición — the designs on show o on display o exhibited in the exhibition

2) (=mostrar con orgullo) to show off
3) Méx [+ cantidad] to pay in cash
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <colección/modelos> to show, display

no siente reparos en exhibir su gordura — he's not ashamed to let people see how fat he is

b) <película> to show, screen; <cuadro/obras de arte> to exhibit

la sala exhibe cuadros de Goya — the gallery is exhibiting paintings by Goya

c) (con orgullo) <regalos/trofeos> to show off
2.
exhibir vi (period) (Art) to exhibit
3.
exhibirse v pron (mostrarse en público) to show oneself; (hacerse notar) to draw attention to oneself

le gusta exhibirse con su coche — she likes showing off her car

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= exhibit, put + Nombre + on show, showcase.
Ex. These headings, therefore, in addition to exhibiting a bias in favor of the majority, actively hinder access.
Ex. Putting books on show is a way of making recommendations by, as it were, remote control and anything tatty, botched-up and sloppily makeshift should be avoided.
Ex. Officially known as SOLEX, this exhibition showcases mainly IT based products for the legal profession.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <colección/modelos> to show, display

no siente reparos en exhibir su gordura — he's not ashamed to let people see how fat he is

b) <película> to show, screen; <cuadro/obras de arte> to exhibit

la sala exhibe cuadros de Goya — the gallery is exhibiting paintings by Goya

c) (con orgullo) <regalos/trofeos> to show off
2.
exhibir vi (period) (Art) to exhibit
3.
exhibirse v pron (mostrarse en público) to show oneself; (hacerse notar) to draw attention to oneself

le gusta exhibirse con su coche — she likes showing off her car

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= exhibit, put + Nombre + on show, showcase.

Ex: These headings, therefore, in addition to exhibiting a bias in favor of the majority, actively hinder access.

Ex: Putting books on show is a way of making recommendations by, as it were, remote control and anything tatty, botched-up and sloppily makeshift should be avoided.
Ex: Officially known as SOLEX, this exhibition showcases mainly IT based products for the legal profession.

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exhibir [I1 ]
vt
1 ‹colección/modelos/creaciones› to show, display
los modelos que exhibieron en el desfile the designs on display in the show
no siente reparos en exhibir su gordura he's not ashamed to let people see how fat he is
2 (period); ‹película› to show, screen; ‹cuadro/obras de arte› to exhibit
una exposición donde se exhiben cuadros de varios artistas vanguardistas an exhibition displaying works by several avant-garde artists, an exhibition of works by several avant-garde artists
3 (con orgullo) ‹regalos/trofeos› to show off
■ exhibir
vi
(period) (Art) to exhibit
exhibirse
v pron
1 (mostrarse) to show oneself
se exhiben juntos en público sin el menor recato they go around together in public quite openly, they quite openly allow themselves to be seen together in public
2 (hacerse notar) to draw attention to oneself
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exhibir (conjugate exhibir) verbo transitivo
a)colección/modelosto show, display

b)películato show, screen;

cuadro/obras de arteto exhibit
c) (con orgullo) ‹regalos/trofeosto show off

verbo intransitivo (period) (Art) to exhibit
exhibirse verbo pronominal (mostrarse en público) to show oneself;
(hacerse notar) to draw attention to oneself
exhibir verbo transitivo
1 (objetos) to exhibit, display: en el museo municipal se está exhibiendo una colección de juguetes antiguos, the city museum is exhibiting an antique toy collection
2 (presumir) to show off: le gusta exhibir sus dotes de pianista, he likes to show off his talent as a pianist
3 (una película) to show: están exhibiendo la última película de Kubrick en el Odeón, the latest Kubrick film is showing at the Odeón
'exhibir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
ostentar
- urna
- echar
- pasar
- poner
English:
show
- L
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exhibir
vt
1. [exponer] [cuadros, fotografías] to exhibit;
[modelos] to show; [productos] to display;
exhibirá su colección primavera-verano en París she will present her spring-summer collection in Paris
2. [alardear de] [joyas, trofeos] to show off
3. [mostrar] [cualidades]
exhibió sus dotes de cantante she showed how good a singer she was;
exhibió su fuerza ante el público he demonstrated his strength in front of the audience
4. [película] to show, to screen
5. Méx [pagar] to pay
See also the pronominal verb exhibirse
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exhibir
v/t
1 show, display
2 película screen, show; cuadro exhibit
3 Méx (pagar) pay
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exhibir vt
: to exhibit, to show, to display
See also the reflexive verb exhibirse
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exhibir vb
1. (cuadros) to exhibit / to show [pt. showed; pp. shown]
2. (película) to show

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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