exhibition

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İngilizce - Türkçe
arz
üniversiteden verilen burs
{i} sergi

Sergi çok etkileyiciydi. - The exhibition was very impressive.

Sanat sergisine gittin mi? - Did you go to the art exhibition?

{i} (bir duygu veya niteliği) gösterme
kendini gülünç duruma düşürmek
make an exhibition of oneself kendini teşhir etmek
şölen
gösterme
(Sinema) oynatım
(Tıp) İlaç olarak verme
{i} huk. (dava sırasında belge/kanıt) ibraz etme
ibraz
prezantasyon
ekspozisyon
exhibitionism kendini teşhir merakı
teşhir hastalığ
izhar
(Tıp) ekshibisyon
ortaya koyma
sergileme
{i} burs [brit.]
{i} ibraz etme
{i} teşhir etme
{i} teşhir

Bu bütün teşhirciliğe katlanamam! - I cannot stand this whole exhibitionism!

Tüm bu teşhirciliğe karşı nefret hissediyorum. - I feel an aversion toward all this exhibitionism.

{i} sunma
{i} gösteri

Gösteri küçük çaplı bir rezalet çıkardı. - The exhibition caused a minor scandal.

(Tekstil) fuar
sergiyi
sergisi
burs
exhibit
{f} sergilemek

Tom'un karısı, mücevherlerini sergilemekten hoşlanıyor. - Tom's wife loves to exhibit her jewelry.

exhibit
{i} sergi

İlk ödülünü sergide kazandı. - She won first prize in the exhibition.

Tom, Mary'ye John'un sanat sergisine gidip gitmeyeceğini sordu. - Tom asked Mary if she'd go to John's art exhibit.

exhibition center
gösteri merkezi
exhibition centre
gösteri merkezi
exhibition hall
sergievi
exhibition area
sergi sahası
exhibition season
sergi sezonu
exhibition systems
sergileme sistemleri
exhibition jumping
(Havacılık) gösteri atlayışı
exhibition techniques
sanatta sergi teknikleri
exhibition vessels
(Askeri) fuar gemileri
exhibition viewer
sergi izleyicisi
exhibit
sunmak
exhibit
göstermek
exhibit
{i} ibraz edilen belge
exhibit
{f} ortaya koymak
exhibit
{f} huk. (dava sırasında belge/kanıt) ibraz etmek
exhibit
teşhir etmek
exhibitions
sergiler
exhibit
teşhir

Bir teşhirci bir sapık için ideal bir ortak olurdu. - An exhibitionist would be the ideal partner for a voyeur.

Bu bütün teşhirciliğe katlanamam! - I cannot stand this whole exhibitionism!

exhibit
sergileme

Tom'un karısı, mücevherlerini sergilemekten hoşlanıyor. - Tom's wife loves to exhibit her jewelry.

Tom herhangi bir şiddet eğilimi sergilemedi. - Tom has never exhibited any violent tendencies.

exhibit
izhar etmek
exhibit
oynatmak
art exhibition
sanat sergisi
exhibit
{f} sergile

Lütfen sergilere dokunma. - Please don't touch the exhibits.

Lütfen sergileri ellemeyin. - Please do not handle the exhibits.

industrial exhibition
sanayi sergisi
exhibit
sergilenen şey
group exhibition
karma sergi
make an exhibition of o.s
kendini rezil etmek
personal exhibition
Kişisel sergi
schoolbook exhibition
ders kitabı sergi
exhibit
(Askeri) TEŞHİR, GÖSTERMEK, VESİKA, İBRAZ ETMEK, DAVA AÇMAK
exhibit
(Tıp) İlaç olarak vermek
exhibit
arz etmek
exhibit
vesika gösterme
exhibit
mahkemeye veya hakemlere ibraz olunan vesika veya delil
exhibit
dava esnasında vesika veya delil ibraz etmek
exhibit
teshir etmek
exhibit
resimle göstermek
exhibit
{f} (bir duygu veya niteliği) göstermek
flying exhibition
gezici sergi
make an exhibition of
kendini rezil etmek
mount an exhibition
sergi düzenlemek/açmak
touring exhibition
gezici sergi
universal exhibition
milletlerarası sergi
world exhibition
uluslararası sergi
İngilizce - İngilizce
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
A large scale public showing of objects or products
An instance of exhibiting, or something exhibited
{n} a setting forth, display, allowance
One of the three general areas of the film industry; the process of showing the finished film to audiences See also distribution, production
{i} display, show, public presentation of work or skills; student's allowance (British)
Commercial - Advertising/public pay to view for short or long periods
Univ
Private benefaction for the maintenance of scholars
That which is exhibited, held forth, or displayed; also, any public show; a display of works of art, or of feats of skill, or of oratorical or dramatic ability; as, an exhibition of animals; an exhibition of pictures, statues, etc
the act of exhibiting; "a remarkable exhibition of musicianship"
Specifically: Eng
The act of exhibiting for inspection, or of holding forth to view; manifestation; display
Lesser scholarship
a collection of things goods or works of art etc
for public display
An extended, multipart project resulting in tangible products or presentations; often used to describe major performances or activities in a student's school career or a culmination of work in a class
The act of administering a remedy
My son has got an exhibition at Oxford An allowance of meat and drink; a benefaction for maintenance (Latin, exhibitio, an allowance of food and other necessaries, "alimentis exhibere aliquem ") "They have founded six exhibitions of 15 each per annum, to continue for two years and a half " - Taylor: History of the University of Dublin, chap v p 198 "I crave fit disposition for my wife, Due reference of place, and exhibition " Shakespeare: Othello, i 3 Exhibition (The Great) was held in Hyde Park, London, and lasted from May 1 to October 15, 1851
an industrial exhibition
for meat and drink; pension
means a physical display of things An exhibition could be a trade fair where exhibitors display their products for sale Or it could be a museum exhibition, where the items displayed are not for sale
An exhibition of a particular skilful activity is a display or example of it that people notice or admire. He responded in champion's style by treating the fans to an exhibition of power and speed. = display see also exhibit
the act of exhibiting; "a remarkable exhibition of musicianship" a collection of things goods or works of art etc
One of the three branches of the film industry; the process of showing the finished film to audiences See also distribution, production
Sustenance; maintenance; allowance, esp
an inclusive demonstration of skills or competencies The performance is judged against standards of excellence known to teachers ahead of time Typically, these are live performances, often interdisciplinary, and may require individual creativity as well as a display of developed skills Exhibitions can include individual or group/collaborative projects produced over an extended period of time See Demonstration (Performance), Group/Collaborative Product
a collection of things (goods or works of art etc ) for public display
The act of screening the feature film to the public Also selling tickets
An exhibition is a public event at which pictures, sculptures, or other objects of interest are displayed, for example at a museum or art gallery. an exhibition of expressionist art
exhibition match
(Spor) A game whose outcome is not recorded in the season's standing
exhibition game
a game whose outcome is not recorded in the season's standing
exhibition grounds
area of land that is set aside especially for holding exhibitions
exhibition hall
a large hall for holding exhibitions
exhibition season
the time before the regular games begin when football or baseball teams play practice games
exhibit
To display or show (something) for others to see, especially at an exhibition or contest

He wanted to exhibit his baseball cards.

exhibit
An article formally introduced as evidence in a court

Exhibit A is this photograph of the corpse.

exhibit
A public showing; an exhibition

The museum's new exhibit is drawing quite a crowd.

exhibition.
exh
make an exhibition of oneself
To embarrass oneself or others in public
exhibit
A piece of physical evidence which is marked for identification and/or introduced into evidence
exhibit
{n} a paper produced in evidence, a voucher
exhibit
{v} to display, show, present, produce
Crystal Palace Exhibition
{i} The Great Exhibition, The Great Exhibition of 1851, international exhibition that took place at the Crystal Palace (Hyde Park, London) from May 1st to October 15th 1851 (was the first of many World's Fair exhibitions of culture and industry)
Great Exhibition
a large exhibition held in Hyde Park in 1851. It was the idea of Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert, and it was intended to show modern achievements in industry, science, and technology. The exhibition took place in a large glass building called the 'Crystal Palace'
Ideal Home Exhibition
an exhibition of furniture and objects for the house, held every year in London
International Stamp Exhibition
exhibition of stamps from all over the world
National Exhibition Centre
the full name of the NEC
The Great Exhibition
{i} Crystal Palace Exhibition, The Great Exhibition of 1851, international exhibition that took place at the Crystal Palace (Hyde Park, London) from May 1st to October 15th 1851 (was the first of many World's Fair exhibitions of culture and industry)
The Great Exhibition of 1851
{i} The Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace Exhibition, international exhibition that took place at the Crystal Palace (Hyde Park, London) from May 1st to October 15th 1851 (was the first of many World's Fair exhibitions of culture and industry)
art exhibition
an exhibition of art objects (paintings or statues)
exhibit
Any physical object introduced and identified in court and received by the judge as evidence in a case
exhibit
to show, make visible or apparent; "The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month"; "Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?"; "National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship"
exhibit
show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill; "he exhibits a great talent"
exhibit
When artists exhibit, they show their work in public. By 1936 she was exhibiting at the Royal Academy
exhibit
To administer as a remedy; as, to exhibit calomel
exhibit
something shown to the public; "the museum had many exhibits of oriental art"
exhibit
1 Any document or object introduced as evidence in court BACK TO TOP
exhibit
to put something on public display
exhibit
When a painting, sculpture, or object of interest is exhibited, it is put in a public place such as a museum or art gallery so that people can come to look at it. You can also say that animals are exhibited in a zoo. His work was exhibited in the best galleries in America, Europe and Asia. + exhibition ex·hi·bi·tion Five large pieces of the wall are currently on exhibition in London
exhibit
A document or object shown to the court as evidence in a trial They are each given a number or letter by the court clerk as they are introduced for future reference during the trial For example, weapon are frequently given as exhibits in criminal trials Except with special permission of the court, exhibits are locked up in court custody until the trial is over
exhibit
Anything submitted for the record which supplements a witness' oral testimony An exhibit can also be a copy of a witness' oral testimony
exhibit
To put on a public display
exhibit
Document or object included as part of the written evidence in proceedings before the Comptroller
exhibit
To submit, as a document, to a court or officer, in course of proceedings; also, to present or offer officially or in legal form; to bring, as a charge
exhibit
An instance of exhibiting
exhibit
A document produced and identified in court for future use as evidence
exhibit
An item of physical/tangible evidence which is to be or has been offered to the court of inspection
exhibit
A document or other item introduced as evidence during a trial or hearing
exhibit
n A paper or document produced and exhibited to a court during a trial or hearing, or to a person taking depositions, or to auditors, arbitrators, etc , as a voucher, or in proof of facts, or as otherwise connected with the subject-matter, and which, on being accepted, is marked for identification and annexed to the deposition, report, or other principal document, or filed of record, or otherwise made a part of the case Paper, document, chart, map, or the like, referred to and made a part of an affidavit, pleading or brief An item of physical/tangible evidence which is to be or has been offered to the court for inspection
exhibit
To hold forth or present to view; to produce publicly, for inspection; to show, especially in order to attract notice to what is interesting; to display; as, to exhibit commodities in a warehouse, a picture in a gallery
exhibit
an object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence
exhibit
An organization's booth at a public show for competition, demonstration or sale
exhibit
That which is exhibited
exhibit
An exhibit is an object that a lawyer shows in court as evidence in a legal case
exhibit
walk ostentatiously; "She parades her new husband around town"
exhibit
show or demonstrate something to an interested audience; "She shows her dogs frequently"; "We will demo the new software in Washington"
exhibit
To submit (a physical object) to a court as evidence
exhibit
[n] an educational display or presentation of objects accompanied by information about them
exhibit
Any article, or collection of articles, displayed to view, as in an industrial exhibition; a display; as, this exhibit was marked A; the English exhibit
exhibit
A paper, document, or item produced at a court proceeding for the purpose of proving a fact
exhibit
A document or an object shown and identified in court as evidence in a case Normally, the court assigns an identifying letter or number in alphabetical or numerical order before exhibits are offered as evidence
exhibit
A document or thing put into evidence in court proceedings or referred to in an affidavit •Civil Courts
exhibit
a way to show something, usually to the public
exhibit
To demonstrate
exhibit
If someone or something shows a particular quality, feeling, or type of behaviour, you can say that they exhibit it. He has exhibited symptoms of anxiety and overwhelming worry = show
exhibit
an object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill; "he exhibits a great talent
exhibit
{f} show, demonstrate; present
exhibit
An exhibit is a painting, sculpture, or object of interest that is displayed to the public in a museum or art gallery. Shona showed me round the exhibits
exhibit
paper, document or other object received by the court as evidence, during a trial or hearing
exhibit
{i} something presented as evidence in a court of law; display, show, exhibition (of artwork, products, skills, etc.)
exhibit
An exhibit is a public display of paintings, sculpture, or objects of interest, for example in a museum or art gallery. an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
exhibit
A paper, document or other article produced and exhibited to a Court during a trial or hearing
exhibit
A document or thing shown to a witness when giving evidence, produced for inspection to the court or referred to in an affidavit
exhibit
Anything shown to respondents during an interview Examples: a print advertisement, a card listing income categories Also known as external stimuli
exhibit
an item of evidence which has been presented to the court for consideration
exhibit
Anything tangible that is produced and admitted in evidence during a trial
exhibit
A paper, document or other article presented and offered into evidence in court during a trial or hearing to prove the facts of a case
exhibitions
Awards to institutions such as museums, libraries or historical societies specifically to mount an exhibit or to support the installation of a touring exhibit Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
exhibitions
All members are encouraged to participate in our exhibits
exhibitions
plural of exhibition
exhibitions
Exhibitions are high stakes demonstrations of mastery--of the important things that students should know and be able to do Exhibitions are generally multifaceted, public, involve an audience, and set high standards
mobile exhibition
traveling exhibit, exhibit that is being shown in various places
retrospective exhibition
display of past events, exhibition for looking back on the past
sole exhibition
individual display
solo exhibition
individual display
trade exhibition
display of different products within the same professional field
· exhibition
an inclusive demonstration of skills or competencies The performance is judged against standards of excellence known to teachers ahead of time Typically, these are live performances, often interdisciplinary, and may require individual creativity as well as a display of developed skills Exhibitions can include individual or group/collaborative projects produced over an extended period of time See Demonstration (Performance), Group/Collaborative Product
· exhibition
a collection of things (goods or works of art etc ) for public display
· exhibition
means a physical display of things An exhibition could be a trade fair where exhibitors display their products for sale Or it could be a museum exhibition, where the items displayed are not for sale
· exhibition
One of the three branches of the film industry; the process of showing the finished film to audiences See also distribution, production
· exhibition
An extended, multipart project resulting in tangible products or presentations; often used to describe major performances or activities in a student's school career or a culmination of work in a class
· exhibition
One of the three general areas of the film industry; the process of showing the finished film to audiences See also distribution, production
· exhibition
the act of exhibiting; "a remarkable exhibition of musicianship"
· exhibition
Lesser scholarship
· exhibition
My son has got an exhibition at Oxford An allowance of meat and drink; a benefaction for maintenance (Latin, exhibitio, an allowance of food and other necessaries, "alimentis exhibere aliquem ") "They have founded six exhibitions of 15 each per annum, to continue for two years and a half " - Taylor: History of the University of Dublin, chap v p 198 "I crave fit disposition for my wife, Due reference of place, and exhibition " Shakespeare: Othello, i 3 Exhibition (The Great) was held in Hyde Park, London, and lasted from May 1 to October 15, 1851
· exhibition
Commercial - Advertising/public pay to view for short or long periods
· exhibition
The act of screening the feature film to the public Also selling tickets
exhibition