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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To cause or allow to be seen; display.
- verb-transitive: To display for sale, in exhibition, or in competition: showed her most recent paintings.
- verb-transitive: To conduct; guide: showed them to the table.
- verb-transitive: To direct one's attention to; point out: show them the biggest squash in the garden.
- verb-transitive: To manifest (an emotion or condition, for example); reveal: showed displeasure at his remark; a carpet that shows wear.
- verb-transitive: To permit access to (a house, for example) when offering for sale or rent.
- verb-transitive: To reveal (oneself) as in one's behavior or condition: The old boat showed itself to be seaworthy.
- verb-transitive: To indicate; register: The altimeter showed that the plane was descending.
- verb-transitive: To demonstrate by reasoning or procedure: showed that the hypothesis was wrong; a film that showed how to tune a piano.
- verb-transitive: To demonstrate to by reasoning or procedure; inform or prove to: showed him how to fix the camera; showed her that it could really happen.
- verb-transitive: To grant; bestow: showed no mercy to the traitors.
- verb-transitive: Law To plead; allege: show cause.
- verb-intransitive: To be or become visible or evident.
- verb-intransitive: Slang To make an appearance; show up: didn't show for her appointment.
- verb-intransitive: To be exhibited publicly: What's showing at the movie theater tonight?
- verb-intransitive: To give a performance or present an exhibition.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To finish third or better in a horserace or dog race.
- noun: A display; a manifestation: made a show of strength.
- noun: A trace or indication, as of oil in a well.
- noun: The discharge of bloody mucus from the vagina indicating the start of labor.
- noun: The first discharge of blood in menstruation.
- noun: A false appearance; a pretense: only a show of kindness.
- noun: A striking appearance or display; a spectacle.
- noun: A pompous or ostentatious display.
- noun: Display or outward appearance: This antique tea service is just for show. His smile was for show.
- noun: A public exhibition or entertainment.
- noun: An exposition for the display or demonstration of commercial products: an auto show.
- noun: A usually competitive exhibition of domestic animals: won first place at the cat show.
- noun: A radio or television program.
- noun: A movie.
- noun: A theatrical troupe or company.
- noun: Informal An affair or undertaking: ran the whole show.
- noun: Sports Third place at the finish, as in a horserace.
- phrasal-verb: show off To display or behave in an ostentatious or conspicuous way.
- phrasal-verb: show up To be clearly visible.
- phrasal-verb: show up To put in an appearance; arrive.
- phrasal-verb: show up To expose or reveal the true character or nature of: showed their efforts up as a waste of time.
- phrasal-verb: show up Informal To surpass, as in ability or intelligence.
- idiom: get the show on the road Slang To get started.
- idiom: show (one's) hand Games To display one's cards with faces up.
- idiom: show (one's) hand To state one's intentions or reveal one's resources, especially when previously hidden.
- idiom: show (one's) heels To depart from quickly; flee.
- idiom: show (someone) a good time To occupy (someone) with amusing things; entertain.
- išorinė išvaizda
- to show in įvesti
- to show off dumti akis
- to show roundparodyti kam nors (miestą, muziejų ir pan.)
- to show one's teeth per
- shown) (pa)rodyti