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ex·hib·it

 (ĭg-zĭb′ĭt, ĕg-)
v. ex·hib·it·ed, ex·hib·it·ing, ex·hib·its
v.tr.
1. To show outwardly; display: exhibited pleasure by smiling.
2.
a. To present for others to see: rolled up his sleeve to exhibit the scar.
b. To present in a public exhibition or contest: exhibited her paintings at a gallery. See Synonyms at show.
3. To give evidence or an instance of; demonstrate: young musicians eager to exhibit their talent; a plant that exhibits dimorphism.
v.intr.
To put something on public display.
n.
1.
a. A public showing; an exhibition: spent the afternoon at the art exhibit.
b. Something exhibited: Each exhibit in the show took hours to assemble.
2. Exhibit
a. Law Something marked for identification with the purpose of being introduced as evidence: referred to Exhibit A.
b. Informal Something used as an example, as when arguing or making a point: You never do your chores—Exhibit A: look at the unwashed dishes in the sink.

[Middle English exhibiten, from Latin exhibēre, exhibit- : ex-, ex- + habēre, to hold; see ghabh- in Indo-European roots.]

ex·hib′i·tor, ex·hib′it·er n.
ex·hib′i·to′ry (-ĭ-tôr′ē) adj.

exhibitor

(ɪɡˈzɪbɪtə)
n
1. a person or thing that exhibits
2. (Film) an individual or company that shows films, esp the manager or owner of a cinema
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exhibitor - someone who organizes an exhibit for others to see
impresario, promoter, showman - a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
Translations
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kiállító
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sergi açan

exhibitor

[ɪgˈzɪbɪtəʳ] Nexpositor(a) m/f

exhibitor

[ɪgˈzɪbɪr] nexposant(e) m/f

exhibitor

nAussteller(in) m(f)

exhibitor

[ɪgˈzɪbɪtəʳ] nespositore/trice

exhibit

(igˈzibit) verb
1. to show; to display to the public. My picture is to be exhibited in the art gallery.
2. to show (a quality etc). He exhibited a complete lack of concern for others.
noun
1. an object displayed publicly (eg in a museum). One of the exhibits is missing.
2. an object or document produced in court as part of the evidence. The blood-stained scarf was exhibit number one in the murder trial.
exhibition (eksiˈbiʃən) noun
1. a public display (eg of works of art, industrial goods etc). an exhibition of children's books.
2. an act of showing or revealing. What an exhibition of bad temper!
exˈhibitor noun
a person who provides an exhibit for a display etc. He is one of the exhibitors at the flower show.
References in classic literature ?
One of them, the actual exhibitor no doubt, was a little merry-faced man with a twinkling eye and a red nose, who seemed to have unconsciously imbibed something of his hero's character.
While I complied, he, not comprehending a single word, would stand before the fire surveying me with the air of an Exhibitor, and I would see him, between the fingers of the hand with which I shaded my face, appealing in dumb show to the furniture to take notice of my proficiency.
commodities, each exhibitor being too intent upon the arrangement of
WTM London will be offering priority access to selected exhibitors for its hugely-popular buyer speed networking events.
The most international show to date presents more than 1,300 suppliers (335 exhibitors from outside of China) from 16 countries and regions including Austria (1 exhibitors), China (1016 exhibitors), Germany (13 exhibitors), Hong Kong (22 exhibitors), India (2 exhibitors), Italy (106 exhibitors), Japan (13 exhibitors), Korea (70 exhibitors), Pakistan (9 exhibitors), Portugal (7 exhibitors), Singapore (one exhibitor), Spain (one exhibitor), Switzerland (4 exhibitors), Taiwan (28 exhibitors), Turkey (9 exhibitors) and the UK (6 exhibitors).
This has become a truly international show, at least as far as exhibitors are concerned.
The numbers indicate the order in which the exhibitors will be contacted to choose their booth space for the exhibit.
AKC rally exhibitors will find THE RALLY COURSE BOOK: A GUIDE TO AKC RALLY COURSES a perfect introduction to instructor/exhibitor rally courses, from lessons on creating rally courses and turns to using exhibitor sheets Exhibitors, instructors and judges alike will find this key to designing and judging Rally: the AKC signs are accepted AKC Non-Regular Obedience Class Signs from the latest 2004 holdings, while the author's insights--which come from a judge of over 800 handler/dog teams at venues over a four-year period--comes from an expert's point of view.
The 2004 Paper Recycling Conference, also held in Atlanta, hosted 500 paper industry attendees and 41 equipment exhibitors.
It usually takes a couple of days to take in the expo, considering there are usually around 2,000 exhibitors covering more than one million sq.
Lucas and Cameron believe that theater owners should begin installing digital projectors as soon as possible in order to remain competitive, but there is resistance among some exhibitors.
And in 2005, the show will play host to more international exhibitors than ever before, with eight pavilions representing seven different countries, according to the event's organizers.