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displayed

Syllabification: dis·played
Pronunciation: /dəˈsplād
 
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Definition of displayed in English:

adjective

1(Of information) shown on a computer screen or other device: a utility designed to allow you to cut up pieces of displayed graphics
More example sentences
  • The tops of the cylinders were angled and displayed small computer screens beneath oval shaped glass.
  • The displayed info can be customized to a certain degree but for all intents and purposes the overall design is static.
  • The displayed information will encourage a harmonious relationship between the passengers and auto-drivers.
2 Heraldry (Of a bird of prey) depicted with the wings extended.
Example sentences
  • An eagle displayed as a symbolical device was certainly in use by Charlemagne.
  • The displayed eagle in the center was adopted from the former Imperial State.
2.1(Of the wings of a bird of prey) extended.
Example sentences
  • Although the NMM dates the flag as 1935-1950 all the sources up until towards the end show an eagle with wings displayed and inverted with the eagle generally looking in line with the attached.
  • Above the Coat of Arms is an eagle with its wings displayed so that its wingtips are in front of the raised border.

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