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show·ing

 (shō′ĭng)
n.
1. The act of presenting or displaying.
2. Performance, as in a competition or test of skill: a poor showing.
3. A presentation of evidence, facts, or figures.
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showing

(ˈʃəʊɪŋ)
n
1. a presentation, exhibition, or display
2. manner of presentation; performance
3. evidence
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show•ing

(ˈʃoʊ ɪŋ)

n.
1. display; exhibition.
2. the act of putting something on display.
3. a performance or record considered for the impression it makes: made a good showing at the polls.
4. a setting forth or presentation, as of facts or conditions.
[before 950]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.showing - the display of a motion pictureshowing - the display of a motion picture  
display - exhibiting openly in public view; "a display of courage"
preview - a screening for a select audience in advance of release for the general public
2.showing - something shown to the publicshowing - something shown to the public; "the museum had many exhibits of oriental art"
show - the act of publicly exhibiting or entertaining; "a remarkable show of skill"
parade - a visible display; "she made a parade of her sorrows"
light show - a display of colored lights moving in shifting patterns
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showing

noun
1. display, staging, presentation, exhibition, demonstration a private showing of the hit film
2. performance, demonstration, track record, show, appearance, impression, account of yourself On this showing he has a big job ahead of him.
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Translations
prezentace
fremvisning
esitys
prikazivanje
展示
전시회
föreställning
การแสดง
buổi trình diễn

showing

[ˈʃəʊɪŋ] N
1. [of film] → proyección f, pase m; [of paintings etc] → exposición f
a private showing [of film] → un pase privado; [of paintings] → una exposición a puertas cerradas
a second showing of "The Blue Angel"un reestreno de "El Ángel Azul"
2. (= performance) → actuación f
the poor showing of the teamla pobre actuación del equipo
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

showing

[ˈʃəʊɪŋ] n [film] → projection fshowing-off [ˌʃəʊɪŋˈɒf] n (pejorative)frime fshow jumper n
(= person) → cavalier/ière m/f de concours hippique
(= horse) → sauteur mshow jumping nconcours m hippique
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showing

n
(= exhibition)Ausstellung f
(= performance)Aufführung f; (of film)Vorstellung f; (of programme)Ausstrahlung f
(= standard of performance)Leistung f; to make a good/poor showingeine gute/schwache Leistung zeigen; on his present showingmit seinen jetzigen Leistungen; on present showingso, wie die Dinge zurzeit stehen
on his own showingnach eigenen Angaben
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showing

[ˈʃəʊɪŋ] n (of film) → proiezione f; (cinema session) → spettacolo
to make a poor showing in the opinion polls → avere un magro risultato al sondaggio d'opinione
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

showing

مَظْهَر prezentace fremvisning Ausstellung προβολή actuación esitys démonstration prikazivanje presentazione 展示 전시회 vertoning visning pokaz exibição показ föreställning การแสดง gösterim buổi trình diễn 放映
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References in classic literature ?
fusca(showing that it was not a migration) and numerous pupae.
Even the quite young aphides behaved in this manner, showing that the action was instinctive, and not the result of experience.
When an army feeds its horses with grain and kills its cattle for food, and when the men do not hang their cooking-pots over the camp-fires, showing that they will not return to their tents, you may know that they are determined to fight to the death.
All their lives long, they are employed in showing strange things to foreigners and listening to their bursts of admiration.
One at least of these, the "Divination by Birds", was, as we know from Proclus, attached to the end of the "Works" until it was rejected by Apollonius Rhodius: doubtless it continued the same theme of how to live, showing how man can avoid disasters by attending to the omens to be drawn from birds.
Our travellers now walked so fast, that they had very little time or breath for conversation; Jones meditating all the way on Sophia, and Partridge on the bank-bill, which, though it gave him some pleasure, caused him at the same time to repine at fortune, which, in all his walks, had never given him such an opportunity of showing his honesty.
I was eight or nine, in velveteen, diamond socks ('Cross your legs when they look at you,' my mother had said, 'and put your thumb in your pocket and leave the top of your handkerchief showing'), and I had travelled by rail to visit a relative.
Involuntarily he clutched Tom's arm and pointed, his face showing fear in the fast-gathering darkness.
We're in for a grand night!" I forgot to mention that the said Master Pedro had his left eye and nearly half his cheek covered with a patch of green taffety, showing that something ailed all that side.
Blessingbourne, who had under her arm the book she had gone up for--a pair of covers showing this time a pretty, a candid blue.
Amy Gordon is a mature, intelligent and articulate young lady with a well-educated and well-formed conscience, a myriad of various experiences in pro-life work, and several years of experience in showing the truth.
Overall, the samples appeared to relax about 25% over the 120 minute test, showing a slight relationship with shape factor.