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pres·en·ta·tion

 (prĕz′ən-tā′shən, prē′zən-)
n.
1.
a. The action of presenting something: the presentation of awards.
b. The style or manner with which something is offered for consideration or display: "These truths are not amenable to scientific presentation" (Karen Armstrong).
2.
a. A theatrical performance or display.
b. A demonstration, lecture, or speech that is presented to an audience: gave a presentation on drug abuse.
3. A formal introduction of someone to others, as at court.
4. Ecclesiastical The act or right of naming a cleric to a benefice.
5. Medicine
a. The position of the fetus in the uterus at birth with respect to the mouth of the uterus.
b. A symptom or sign or a group of symptoms or signs that is evident during a medical examination: The patient's presentation was consistent with a viral illness.
c. The fact of being evident or manifest. Used of a disease or condition: the presentation of thyroid disease during pregnancy.

pres′en·ta′tion·al adj.

presentation

(ˌprɛzənˈteɪʃən)
n
1. the act of presenting or state of being presented
2. the manner of presenting, esp the organization of visual details to create an overall impression: the presentation of the project is excellent but the content poor.
3. the method of presenting: his presentation of the facts was muddled.
4. (Commerce) a verbal report presented with illustrative material, such as slides, graphs, etc: a presentation on the company results.
5.
a. an offering or bestowal, as of a gift
b. (as modifier): a presentation copy of a book.
6. (Broadcasting) a performance or representation, as of a play
7. the formal introduction of a person, as into society or at court; debut
8. (Ecclesiastical Terms) the act or right of nominating a clergyman to a benefice
9. (Medicine) med the position of a baby relative to the birth canal at the time of birth
10. (Commerce) commerce another word for presentment4
11. (Broadcasting) television linking material between programmes, such as announcements, trailers, or weather reports
12. an archaic word for gift
13. (Philosophy) philosophy a sense datum
14. (Ecclesiastical Terms) (often capital) another name for (feast of) Candlemas
ˌpresenˈtational adj

pres•en•ta•tion

(ˌprɛz ənˈteɪ ʃən, ˌpri zɛn-)

n.
1. an act of presenting.
2. the state of being presented.
3. a social introduction, as of a person at court.
4. an exhibition or performance, as of a play or film.
5. an offering, as of a gift.
6. gift.
7. a demonstration, lecture, or welcoming speech.
8. a manner or style of speaking, instructing, or putting oneself forward.
9. the presentment of a bill, note, or the like.
10. the position of the fetus in the uterus during labor, esp. in relation to its appearance at the cervix: a breech presentation.
11. the act or the right of presenting a cleric to the bishop for institution to a benefice.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin]
pres`en•ta′tion•al, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.presentation - the activity of formally presenting something (as a prize or reward)presentation - the activity of formally presenting something (as a prize or reward); "she gave the trophy but he made the presentation"
ceremony - the proper or conventional behavior on some solemn occasion; "an inaugural ceremony"
2.presentation - a show or displaypresentation - a show or display; the act of presenting something to sight or view; "the presentation of new data"; "he gave the customer a demonstration"
show - the act of publicly exhibiting or entertaining; "a remarkable show of skill"
exhibition - the act of exhibiting; "a remarkable exhibition of musicianship"
exposure - presentation to view in an open or public manner; "the exposure of his anger was shocking"
performance - the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment; "we congratulated him on his performance at the rehearsal"; "an inspired performance of Mozart's C minor concerto"
lecture demonstration - presentation of an example of what the lecturer is discoursing about
counterdemonstration - a demonstration held in opposition to another demonstration; "supporters of the president organized a counterdemonstration in his support"
3.presentation - the act of making something publicly available; presenting news or other information by broadcasting or printing it; "he prepared his presentation carefully in advance"
display - exhibiting openly in public view; "a display of courage"
unveiling - putting on display for the first time; "he attended the unveiling of the statue"
production - a presentation for the stage or screen or radio or television; "have you seen the new production of Hamlet?"
4.presentation - the act of presenting a proposal
proposal, proposition - the act of making a proposal; "they listened to her proposal"
first reading - the first presentation of a bill in a legislature
second reading - the second presentation of a bill in a legislature; to approve its general principles (Britain) or to discuss a committee's report and take a vote (US)
5.presentation - a visual representation of something
float - an elaborate display mounted on a platform carried by a truck (or pulled by a truck) in a procession or parade
representation - a creation that is a visual or tangible rendering of someone or something
Snellen chart - display consisting of a printed card with letters and numbers in lines of decreasing size; used to test visual acuity
spectacle - an elaborate and remarkable display on a lavish scale
6.presentation - formally making a person known to another or to the public
making known, informing - a speech act that conveys information
debut - the presentation of a debutante in society
reintroduction - an act of renewed introduction
7.presentation - (obstetrics) position of the fetus in the uterus relative to the birth canal; "Cesarean sections are sometimes the result of abnormal presentations"
posture, attitude, position - the arrangement of the body and its limbs; "he assumed an attitude of surrender"
midwifery, obstetrics, tocology, OB - the branch of medicine dealing with childbirth and care of the mother

presentation

noun
1. giving, award, offering, donation, investiture, bestowal, conferral at the presentation ceremony
3. appearance, look, display, packaging, arrangement, layout Keep the presentation of the dish simple.
4. submission, offering, tabling, proposal, delivery, introduction, tendering, proffering the presentation of the government's economic report
5. performance, staging, production, show, arrangement, representation, portrayal, rendition Scottish Opera's presentation of Das Rheingold
6. debut, launch, launching, coming out, introduction, reception the white dress she had worn for her presentation at Court

presentation

noun
1. The act of conferring, as of an honor:
2. Something bestowed freely:
Chiefly British: handsel.
3. The instance or occasion of being presented for the first time to society:
Translations
تَقْدِيـمتَقْديم، عَرْضطَريقَة العَرْضعَرْض، تَمثيل، أداء
předánípředstaveníprezentaceslavnostně předanýudělení
præsentationudformningopsætningoverrækkelse
esittely
prezentacija
afhending; uppfærsla; heiîursgjöfframsetninguppfærsla
紹介
발표
prezentáciaslávnostne odovzdanýuvádzací
framställning
การเสนอ
bản thuyết trình

presentation

[ˌprezənˈteɪʃən]
A. N
1. (= act of presenting) → presentación f (Jur) [of case] → exposición f
on presentation of the voucheral presentar el vale
2. (TV, Rad) → producción f (Theat) → representación f
3. (= ceremony) → ceremonia f de entrega; (= gift) → obsequio m
to make the presentationhacer la presentación
to make sb a presentation on his retirementhacer un obsequio a algn con ocasión de su jubilación
B. CPD presentation case Nestuche m de regalo
presentation copy Nejemplar m con dedicatoria del autor

presentation

[ˌprɛzənˈteɪʃən]
n
(= showing) [voucher, identity papers] → présentation f
on presentation of sth → sur présentation de qch
(= submitting) [evidence, facts] → présentation f
(= appearance) [food, essay, report, product] → présentation f
(= ceremony) [prize, award] → cérémonie f de remise
Then came the presentation of the awards → Puis vint la cérémonie de remise des prix.
at a presentation → lors d'une présentation
He received his award at a presentation in London yesterday → Il a reçu son prix hier lors d'une présentation à Londres.
(= talk) → présentation f
to give a presentation → donner une présentation
[play, production] → représentation f
modif
[ceremony, dinner, night] → de présentation
presentation box → coffret
presentation skillspresentation skills nplcompétences fpl de présentationpresent-day [ˌprɛzəntˈdeɪ] adjactuel(le)

presentation

n
(of gift etc)Überreichung f; (of prize, medal)Verleihung f; (= ceremony)Verleihung(szeremonie) f; (= gift)Geschenk nt; to make the presentationdie Preise/Auszeichnungen etc verleihen; to make somebody a presentationjdm ein Geschenk überreichen
(= act of presenting) (of report, voucher, cheque etc)Vorlage, Präsentation f; (of petition)Überreichung f; (Jur, of case, evidence) → Darlegung f; on presentation of a certificategegen Vorlage einer Bescheinigung (gen)
(= manner of presenting)Darbietung f, → Präsentation f
(Theat) → Inszenierung f; (TV, Rad) → Produktion f; (= announcing, commentary)Moderation f
(Med, at birth) → Lage f

presentation

[ˌprɛznˈteɪʃn] n
a. (act of presenting) → presentazione f; (report) → relazione (Law) (of case) → esposizione f
on presentation of the voucher → dietro presentazione del buono
to make a presentation of sth (plan, report) → presentare
b. (Radio, TV, Theatre) → rappresentazione f
c. (of prizes) → consegna ufficiale; (gift) → regalo, dono
to make the presentation → fare la consegna ufficiale

present2

(priˈzent) verb
1. to give, especially formally or ceremonially. The child presented a bunch of flowers to the Queen; He was presented with a gold watch when he retired.
2. to introduce. May I present my wife (to you)?
3. to arrange the production of (a play, film etc). The Elizabethan Theatre Company presents `Hamlet', by William Shakespeare.
4. to offer (ideas etc) for consideration, or (a problem etc) for solving. She presents (=expresses) her ideas very clearly; The situation presents a problem.
5. to bring (oneself); to appear. He presented himself at the dinner table half an hour late.
preˈsenter noun
preˈsentable adjective
suitable to be seen, introduced etc. You don't look very presentable in those clothes.
ˌpresenˈtation (pre-) noun
1. the act of presenting. the presentation of the prizes; the presentation of a new play; (also adjective) a presentation ceremony; a presentation gold watch.
2. the manner in which written work etc is presented or set out. Try to improve the presentation of your work.
3. a performance, or set of repeated performances, of a play, opera etc. This is the best presentation of `Macbeth' that I've ever seen.
present arms
to hold a rifle upright in front of one, as a salute.

presentation

تَقْدِيـم předání præsentation Präsentation παρουσίαση presentación esittely présentation prezentacija presentazione 紹介 발표 presentatie presentasjon prezentacja apresentação вручение framställning การเสนอ sunma bản thuyết trình 授予

pre·sen·ta·tion

n. presentación.
reporte oral;
posición del feto en el útero según se detecta en un examen, o posición de salida en relación al canal del parto en el momento del nacimiento;
breech ______ de nalgas;
brow ______ de cejas o frente;
cephalic ______ de cabeza;
face ______ de cara;
footling ______ de pies;
shoulder ______ de hombro;
transverse ______ transversa.

presentation

n presentación f; breech — presentación pelviana or de nalgas, presentación pélvica (Mex)
References in classic literature ?
It's through myself that I knew and felt her, and I've had no practice in any other form of presentation.
Yet, after some time, he wearied of them, and would sit in his box at the opera, either alone or with Lord Henry, listening in rapt pleasure to "Tannhauser" and seeing in the prelude to that great work of art a presentation of the tragedy of his own soul.
With what joy did she now make her solemn presentation of the viscount to the chevalier, the chevalier to the viscount, and all Alencon to Monsieur de Troisville, and Monsieur de Troisville to all Alencon!
It's presentation below the threshold, you know, diluted presentation.
He recalled his arrival on the island, his presentation to a smuggler chief, a subterranean palace full of splendor, an excellent supper, and a spoonful of hashish.
By nature inoffensive, friendly, and obliging, his presentation at St.
Christ had no message for the Renaissance, which was wonderful because it brought an ideal at variance with his, and to find the presentation of the real Christ we must go to mediaeval art.
Others, more keen-sighted, winked at the too frequent presentation on washing-days, and at impromptu suppers, of superior spiced-beef, which flattered their palates more than the cold remnants they had formerly been contented with.
The proud mother, unable to resist the temptation to show her Totty, passed at once into the back kitchen, in search of her, not, however, without misgivings lest something should have happened to render her person and attire unfit for presentation.
But Tom's extravagance had, previous to that event, been so great as to render a different disposal of the next presentation necessary, and the younger brother must help to pay for the pleasures of the elder.
No grace, no youth, no beauty, could stand out against such a presentation.
The paintings represented subjects connected with the various supposed duties of the soul, and its presentation to different divinities, with numerous identical human figures, intended, very probably, as portraits of the persons embalmed.