- the giving of prominence to particular words, sentences, etc., by the choice, size, and arrangement of types and position, as in an advertisement, headline, or news story.
- printed matter thus displayed.
- the visual representation of the output of an electronic device.
- the portion of an electronic device that shows this representation, as a screen, lens, or reticle.
- a pattern of behavior, as posturing, calling, or exposing a color patch, that conveys information to individuals of the same or another species: a threat display.
- an instance of such behavior.
Origin of display
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How to use display in a sentence
If you do make it downstairs, look for a display about the 2000s at the very end.You have until Nov. 22 to visit these six Smithsonian museums. Here’s what to expect.|Kelsey Ables|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
Let artificial intelligence do it for youGoogle has been putting a lot of time, money, and developer resources into machine learning, and this technology is on full display in the Google Photos app.Google Photos is better at image editing than you think|Harry Guinness|November 17, 2020|Popular-Science
Additionally, you’ll want team members from web development, legal and email operations, as well as whoever is running display and social campaigns and whoever is running the website from day to day.Adopting a CDP is just the beginning: How Fingerhut’s parent planned a successful onboarding process|Sponsored Content: Tealium|November 13, 2020|Search Engine Land
An easy-to-read adjustable-brightness display gives you the time, calendar and temperature, so you’ve got all the info you need before you even take one step out of bed.
Instead of having separate displays for the instrument panel and infotainment panel, BMW has combined the two into what appears to be a single massive display that is angled toward the driver.
The Cadet turned suddenly with a surprised look, opened his hand and said ‘a piece of chalk,’ at the same time displaying it.
Passersby passed by, displaying the full pageantry of West Village life.Well, La Ti Da: Stephin Merritt’s Winning Little Words of Scrabble|David Bukszpan|October 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Owning and displaying any flag was the right of every U.S. citizen.
It was the profile photo for a handle displaying my name, location, and profession—journalist.
Displaying equal prowess with their words, in the end it came down to the crowd, whose energy Arsonal channeled with precision.
How could she readily become accustomed to such without displaying awkwardness.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
This is what Kielland does, displaying in the doing of it, an uncommon delicacy of perception and accuracy of perspective.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
But she could scarcely see, and Gwynne with a contrition he had no intention of displaying offered to control the launch.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
That family, by displaying God's covenant, invites to its communion many who would have perished.The Ordinance of Covenanting|John Cunningham
However, she served the purpose of displaying the Confederate States flag in a foreign port and on the high seas.The Supplies for the Confederate Army|Caleb Huse
British Dictionary definitions for display
- an arrangement of certain typefaces to give prominence to headings, captions, advertisements, etc
- printed matter that is eye-catching
- a device capable of representing information visually, as on a cathode-ray tube screen
- the information so presented