exhibit

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ɪgˈzɪbɪt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ɪgˈzɪbɪt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ig zibit)


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exhibit

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [museum, gallery, traveling, local] exhibit
  2. [an amazing, a beautiful] exhibit
  3. a [new, special] exhibit
  4. (go) see the [Picasso, Surrealist] exhibit
  5. an exhibit of [paintings, photographs]
  6. an exhibit in the [museum, gallery]
  7. my [paintings] are on exhibit (at)
  8. the exhibits are on display [at, until]
  9. the exhibit is open to [the public, members]
  10. there is an exhibit (that) I [would like, want] to see
  11. UK: (all) the exhibits were behind glass
  12. a [courtroom, murder] exhibit
  13. the exhibits were [produced, presented] in court
  14. as seen in exhibit ["A"]
  15. please see exhibit ["A"]
  16. present exhibit ["A"]
n as adj
  1. an exhibit [hall, room, gallery]
v
  1. exhibits [symptoms, side effects]
  2. exhibits [the kind of, typical, unusual] behavior
  3. as exhibited in [specimen, sample] [G]
  4. exhibited [signs, warnings] of
  5. exhibiting [early, the first, definite] signs of
  6. exhibit a [painting, photograph, sculpture] (at)
  7. the [painting] was exhibited (in)
  8. exhibit the [newest, latest, oldest, earliest] paintings
  9. exhibited for [public, private, exclusive] viewing
  10. [local, 18th century, American] artists were exhibited
  11. [caught, seen, filmed, arrested for] exhibiting himself
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