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exhibition 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌeksəˈbiSHən/,
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exhibitions, plural;
  1. A public display of works of art or other items of interest, held in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair
    • - an exhibition of French sculpture
    • - he never lent his treasures out for exhibition
  2. A display or demonstration of a particular skill
    • - fields that have been plowed with a supreme exhibition of the farm worker's skills
    • - exhibition games
  3. An ostentatious or insincere display of a particular quality or emotion
    • - a false but convincing exhibition of concern for smaller nations
  4. A scholarship awarded to a student at a school or college, usually after a competitive examination


  1. the act of exhibiting; "a remarkable exhibition of musicianship"
  2. a collection of things (goods or works of art etc.) for public display
  3. Exhibition (1987) is a double disc compilation album of Gary Numan's hits and selected other tracks released on the Beggars Banquet Records label. The songs cover from his early punk years of 1978 with Tubeway Army to the songs from the Warriors album of 1983.
  4. The American Elm Ulmus americana cultivar 'Exhibition' is a selection made by the Patmore Nurseries from seeds of a tree at Brandon, Manitoba. Released in 1952, 'Exhibition' was propagated by grafting.
  5. A Horse show is a judged exhibition of horses and ponies. Many different horse breeds and equestrian disciplines hold competitions worldwide, from local to the international levels. ...
  6. A movie theater, picture theater, film theater or cinema is a venue, usually a building, for viewing motion pictures ("movies" or "films").
  7. Exhibition GO Station is a GO Transit railway station on the Lakeshore West line from Toronto to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  8. Exhibition is a station on MTR's proposed North Island Line, an extension of Tung Chung Line, and also Sha Tin to Central Link. If built, it will serve the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre at Wan Chai North, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.
  9. An instance of exhibiting, or something exhibited; A large scale public showing of objects or products; A financial award or prize given to a student (who becomes an exhibitioner) by a school or university, usually on the basis of academic merit
  10. (exhibited) to show something for others to see
  11. Exhibiting is nothing else that the Being already at hand, in other words, the being of existent things shows itself. ...
  12. The showing of merchandise within a zone, usually to prospective buyers.
  13. A public showing of a piece or a collection of objects. Also called an exhibit.
  14. A public presentation of one or more art works by one or more artists
  15. A more formal expression describing a prize.
  16. Exhibitions are traditionally the space in which art objects or artefacts (in the most general sense) meet an audience.
  17. Displays of information. May be simply for presenting information or for getting feedback too.
  18. an award from a college of lower status, and less value, than a Scholarship.
  19. Offering boat for public display. Example: to place watercraft in a boat show.
  20. match or tournament played for entertainment and prize money but not for ranking points.
  21. A contest of one or more games played for the purpose of public entertainment, as opposed to a match or tournament. An exhibition may pit two masters against each other, in which case chess clocks are normally used and the contest is quite serious. ...
  22. Event at which products and/or services are displayed/offerred.
  23. An event in which products or services are exhibited. Also referred to as Exposition, Expo, Tradeshow, Trade Fair.
  24. a full game between two teams which is not counted as part of any competition.
  25. The showing of property prior to its presentation at auction; arranged by the auctioneer and/or owner to allow prospective bidders to inspect and evaluate the property.