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display British & World English

Put (something) in a prominent place in order that it may readily be seen

display English Thesaurus

a display of dolls and puppets

display ad British & World English

A large advertisement, especially in a newspaper or magazine, that features eye-catching type or illustrations

display case British & World English

A case, made all or partly of glass, for displaying items in a shop or museum for observation or inspection

display type British & World English

Large, bold, or eye-catching type used for headings or advertisements

phage display British & World English

A technique for the production and screening of novel proteins and polypeptides by inserting a gene fragment into a gene responsible for the surface protein of a bacteriophage. The new protein appears in the surface coating of the phage, in which it can be manipulated and tested for biological activity

head-up display British & World English

A display of instrument readings in an aircraft or vehicle that can be seen without lowering the eyes, typically through being projected on to the windscreen or visor

pay and display British & World English

A parking system in which a motorist buys a temporary permit from a coin-operated machine and displays it in the window of the vehicle

visual display unit British & World English

A device for displaying input signals as characters on a screen

liquid crystal display British & World English

A form of visual display used in electronic devices, in which a layer of a liquid crystal is sandwiched between two transparent electrodes

video display terminal British & World English

A device for displaying input signals as characters on a screen, typically a monitor

redisplay British & World English

Display (something) again or differently

display cabinet in display case British & World English

A case, made all or partly of glass, for displaying items in a shop or museum for observation or inspection

heads-up display in head-up display British & World English

A display of instrument readings in an aircraft or vehicle that can be seen without lowering the eyes, typically through being projected on to the windscreen or visor