例句1. a display of dolls and puppets
例句2. every clansman was determined to outdo the Campbells in display
Department stores display their goods in the window.
There is a wide selection of colors and designs on display at the plastic products sales exhibition.
glass element (excl. microspheres)for incorporation in reflecting road signs or in display signs or as simple reflectors for vehicles
A rainbow or rainbowlike display of colors.
Phosphor Y30-B1 for color display tubes
Phosphors Y30-G1 for color display tubes
Phosphor Y30-R1 for color display tubes
Some of the books in the display window are in short supply.
On display are more than 40, 000 samples of export commodities.
animated display model for advertising
A display of fireworks that terminated the festivities.
A collection of photographs was on display in the hall.
This control is used to adjust the calibration of the SWR meter while in SWR CAL mode. Turning this control fully CCW (Counter Clock Wise)until it clicks and dims the display backlighting
PC starts up, but no display
Sorry, this string of pearls is on display , and not for sale.
a tasteless display of wealth
To revolt at a public display of cruelty.
publication and display of advertising materials relating to films
A spectacular display of fire works
Given to ostentatious display ;showy.
Display the portraits of revolutionary martyrs
Customs Convention Concerning Facilities for the Importation of Goods for Display or Use at Exhibitions,Fairs,Meetings or Similar Events
Stipulations for the Display and Use of the National Flag and National Emblem and the Regional Flag and Regional Emblem
All kinds of clothes are on display on the shelves.
Vain,ostentatious display .
In computer graphics and videotex,a display mode in which the characters are blanked out at regular intervals under the control of a timing device in the receiver.In videotex it is used to highlight a part of the page.
Functional design criteria for safety parameter display system for nuclear power plants
1.A clear demonstration of an emotion, skill, or quality.
‘a hint of malice underlay his _display_ of concern’
‘Even a single soldier was a colossal presence in battle; their fighting skills were a _display_ of perfection.’
2.A collection of objects arranged for public viewing.
‘the museum houses an informative _display_ of rocks’
‘the latest in computer gadgetry was on _display_ ’
3.A performance, show, or event staged for public entertainment.
‘a _display_ of fireworks’
‘an aerobatic _display_ team’
4.A specialized pattern of behaviour by the males of certain species of birds, reptiles, and fish that is intended to attract a mate.
‘the teal were indulging in delightful courtship _displays_ ’
‘The majority of their energy is spent in finding a mate: mating _displays_ for the males, copulation and, ultimately, egg laying for the females.’
5.An electronic device for the visual presentation of data or images.
‘the colour _display_ now costs £400’
‘The head-up _display_ features symbology compatible with front-line aircraft.’
6.The arrangement and choice of type in a style intended to attract attention.
‘Incidentally, if you click on the analyzer, it switches through a number of different _display_ styles.’
‘Yet most appraisals of type technology and histories of proprietary typefounding still favor type for text instead of eye-catching _display_ .’
7.The conspicuous exhibition of one's wealth; ostentation.
‘every clansman was determined to outdo the Campbells in _display_ ’
‘Most were exploited; many regularly witnessed ostentatious _displays_ of wealth.’
8.The data or images shown on a computer screen or other device.
‘the user may wish to see the previous few words as handwriting before the _display_ changes’
‘An easy to read backlit LCD _display_ shows folder, recording time and battery power remaining.’
9.The process or facility of presenting data or images on a computer screen or other device.
‘the processing and _display_ of high volumes of information’
‘It’s unavoidable that printing involves certain complications that are not present for screen _display_ .’
1.(of a male bird, reptile, or fish) engage in a specialized pattern of behaviour that is intended to attract a mate.
‘she photographed the peacock, which chose that moment to _display_ ’
‘Courtship _display_ , however, we measured as _display_ time during 5 min, starting when the male _displayed_ for the first time.’
2.Give a clear demonstration of (a quality, emotion, or skill)
‘both players _displayed_ a great deal of spirit’
‘Gene readily responds without _displaying_ any sign of disagreement or bewilderment that he will lead the snow statues committee.’
3.Put (something) in a prominent place in order that it may readily be seen.
‘the palace used to _display_ a series of tapestries’
‘a notice was _displayed_ in the booking office’
4.Show (data or an image) on a computer, television, or other screen.
‘pressing the F1 key will _display_ a help screen’
‘The stored data were _displayed_ on a computer screen to check quality of the recordings.’
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