show

show
nombre masculino (pl shows)
1 (espectáculo) show
2 familiar (numerito) show, display
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FRASEOLOGÍA
montar un show familiar to make a scene
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[toˌ ou]
SM
1) (Teat) show
2) ** (=jaleo) fuss, bother

menudo show montó — he made a great song-and-dance about it

3) (=farsa) farce, masquerade
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[ʃou, tʃou]
masculino (pl shows) show

montar/dar un show — (fam) to make a scene (colloq)

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= show.
Ex. All interested parties were summoned to further cooperate for the success of the show.
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* reality show = reality show.
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[ʃou, tʃou]
masculino (pl shows) show

montar/dar un show — (fam) to make a scene (colloq)

* * *
= show.

Ex: All interested parties were summoned to further cooperate for the success of the show.

* reality show = reality show.

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show
/ʃou, tʃou/
masculine
(pl shows)
show
montar/dar un show (fam); to make a scene (colloq)
al verme allí, montó un show when he saw me there, he made a scene
dieron un buen show peleándose de esa manera they made a real exhibition of themselves, fighting like that
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show /ʃou/ , /tʃou/ sustantivo masculino (pl
shows ) show

show sustantivo masculino show
♦ Locuciones: fam pey (llamar la atención) montar/dar un show, to make a scene

'show' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acusar
- acusarse
- adorno
- alzada
- alzado
- amable
- aparentar
- arrojar
- boato
- charlatán
- charlatana
- chula
- chulo
- concurso
- dar
- decir
- delicia
- demostrar
- demostración
- desarrollarse
- desfile
- despliegue
- deterioro
- echar
- ensañarse
- enseñar
- espectáculo
- estimable
- evidencia
- evidenciar
- exhibir
- exhibirse
- expuesta
- expuesto
- exteriorizar
- fanfarrón
- fanfarrona
- fanfarronear
- fantasma
- fastuosa
- fastuoso
- gala
- guiñol
- horterada
- indicar
- lucir
- lucirse
- manifestar
- mano
- marcar
English:
chat show
- colour
- delight
- door
- embarrassing
- fashion show
- favor
- favour
- flop
- grandiose
- guide
- hand
- mill about
- mill around
- parody
- peep show
- puppet show
- quiz
- rope
- sensitivity
- show
- show in
- show off
- show out
- show round
- show up
- show-jumper
- show-jumping
- show-off
- show-stopper
- shown
- sign
- sought-after
- spectacle
- spectacular
- steal
- talk-show
- variety show
- all
- bear
- belie
- bristle
- chat
- comedy
- demonstrate
- display
- dog
- editor
- entertainment
- fashion
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show [ʃou, tʃou] (pl shows) nm
show;
Comp
Fam
montar un show to cause a scene
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show nm, pl shows : show

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Show — Show, v. t. [imp. {Showed}; p. p. {Shown}or {Showed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Showing}. It is sometimes written {shew}, {shewed}, {shewn}, {shewing}.] [OE. schowen, shewen, schewen, shawen, AS. sce[ a]wian, to look, see, view; akin to OS. scaw?n, OFries …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Show — Show, n. [Formerly written also shew.] 1. The act of showing, or bringing to view; exposure to sight; exhibition. [1913 Webster] 2. That which os shown, or brought to view; that which is arranged to be seen; a spectacle; an exhibition; as, a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Show Me — can refer to:* Show Me! , a sex education book * Show Me (TV series), a 1987 British TV game show hosted by Joe Brown * Show Me (album), a 1987 album by Canadian rock band 54 40 * Show Me , a song by The Pretenders from their 1984 album, Learning …   Wikipedia

  • Show — can refer to:* A television program * A theatrical production * A concert * A radio program * A donkey show * Show (album), a live album by British band The Cure * Show (fair), an Australian fair * Show (animal), a judged event in the hobby of… …   Wikipedia

  • Show Me! — is a controversial sex education book by photographer Will McBride. It appeared in 1974 in German under the title Zeig Mal! , written with psychiatrist Helga Fleischhauer Hardt for children and their parents. It was translated into English a year …   Wikipedia

  • Show — Show, v. i. [Written also shew.] 1. To exhibit or manifest one s self or itself; to appear; to look; to be in appearance; to seem. [1913 Webster] Just such she shows before a rising storm. Dryden. [1913 Webster] All round a hedge upshoots, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Show Ya — Infobox musical artist Name = SHOW YA Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Japan Genre = Heavy metal Glam metal Hard rock J Rock Years active = 1984 1992, 1995 2006 Label = Associated acts = URL =… …   Wikipedia

  • show — I. verb (showed; shown or showed; showing) Etymology: Middle English shewen, showen, from Old English scēawian to look, look at, see; akin to Old High German scouwōn to look, look at, and probably to Latin cavēre to be on one s guard Date: 12th… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Show TV — Infobox TV channel name = Show TV logofile = ShowTV.png logosize = logoalt = 150px launch = March 1, 1992 closed date = share = share as of = share source = owner = Erol Aksoy (1992 1999) Mehmet Emin Karamehmet (1999 present) slogan = country =… …   Wikipedia

  • Show Up! — Infobox Album | Name = Show Up! Type = Album Artist = Joey Yung Released = September 30, 2003 Genre = Canto pop Length = 46:39 Label = EEG Last album = My Pride (2003) This album = Show Up! (2003) Next album = Nin9 2 5ive (2004) Show Up! is Joey… …   Wikipedia

  • show up — verb Date: 1826 transitive verb 1. to expose or discredit especially by revealing faults < showed them up as frauds > 2. to embarrass or cause to look bad especially by comparison < trying to show up the boss > 3. reveal < showed up my ignorance… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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