There are 2 translations of display in Spanish:

display1

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈpleɪ/

vt

  • 1.1 (put on show) [exhibit] exponer* [data/figures] [Comput] visualizar* the shopkeeper displayed his wares el tendero colocó los artículos en el escaparate ( or la estantería etc) his work is displayed in the museum sus obras están expuestas en el museo the results will be displayed on the bulletin board los resultados aparecerán en el tablón de anuncios
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    • Isn't Marx making a deliberately exaggerated statement of his own position in order to display its novelty?
    • The cameras were displayed in the chronological order of technological evolution.
    • Chopin's Preludes return independence to the hands in order to display a new kind of allusive dialogue between them.
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    • By controlling where and when that field is applied, the screen can display an image.
    • It is not limited to dedicated handheld devices but can be displayed on any computer screen.
    • But, when the image is displayed on a wide screen set, the bars are lost and the bottoms of the subtitle text can be slightly cut off.
    1.2 (flaunt) [finery/erudition] hacer* despliegue or gala de; [muscles] lucir*, hacer* alarde de the peacock displayed its feathers el pavo real desplegó la cola
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    • Of course some rule changes over the years have taken away the ability of players to display the skill of fielding.
    • It will be good for the game to see a talented player like Mattie Forde display his skills in Croke Park before a large crowd.
    • It is about those players displaying the skill and commitment to come up with a winning strategy, for the sake of the greater good.
    1.3 [Journ] [Print] [headlines/captions] hacer* resaltar 1.4 (reveal) [anger/interest] demostrar*, manifestar*; [feelings] exteriorizar*, demostrar*; [tendencies/symptoms] presentar; [tact/skill/courage] demostrar*, dar* prueba de

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Word of the day rigor
m
rigor (US), rigour (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.

There are 2 translations of display in Spanish:

display2

n

  • 1 1.1 (exhibition) exposición (f), muestra (f); (show) show (m) firework display fuegos (mpl) artificiales to be on display [painting/wares] estar* expuesto to put sth on display exponer* algo
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    • In addition to performances and displays, the event also showed off achievements and contributions worldwide.
    • The day will finish with one of the most spectacular firework displays Britain has ever staged.
    • There are, of course, professional companies which stage firework displays and take every precaution to see that the most rigorous safety measures apply.
    1.2 (arrangement) a display of flowers un arreglo floral a display of books una exposición de libros (before n) display cabinet vitrina (f) display case (in store) exhibidor (m) (in home) vitrina (f) display stand expositor (m) display window escaparate (m), vitrina (f) (AmL) , vidriera (f) (AmL) 1.3 (of feeling) exteriorización (f), demostración (f); (of courage, strength, knowledge) despliegue (m); (of ignorance) demostración (f) she gave a competent display of horsemanship demostró que era una competente amazona he made (a) great display of his experience in those matters hizo gran alarde de su experiencia en ese campo there's no need to make such a display of your affection! ¡no hace falta que seas tan efusivo!
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    • Some novelists trumpet their skill with showy displays; others demonstrate their expertise with quiet precision.
    • The breathtaking display of skill and derring-do by the cadets of the National Cadet Corps on Sunday left one dumbfounded.
    • With snow not normally found at this time of year, even in the nearby Peak District, the demonstrators took to trampolines to give a display of their skills.
  • 2 [Comput] [Electron] display (m), visualizador (m) digital/analog display visualizador digital/analógico (before n) [screen/panel] de visualización (de datos)
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    • Combined finger touch and stylus detection system for use on the viewing surface of a visual display device
    • Unlike other systems, the device is not an overlay on the plasma display causing image degradation.
    • The insulator structure may also enhance the focus of electrons emitted by the field emitter device on the display screen.
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    • It's unavoidable that printing involves certain complications that are not present for screen display.
    • Image acquisition, storage, display and processing, and image transfer represent the basis of telemedicine.
    • While the resolution is not good enough for printing, it's fine for a computer program and screen display.
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    • The only signals required to be sent to the host were those necessary for us to see an exact image of the display on the remote computer.
    • And after the computer resizes the display, I ask her if it looks ok and whether she can read it.
    • An easy to read backlit LCD display shows folder, recording time and battery power remaining.
  • 3 [Journ] [Print] (before n) display advertising anuncios (mpl) destacados
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    • Incidentally, if you click on the analyzer, it switches through a number of different display styles.
    • Yet most appraisals of type technology and histories of proprietary typefounding still favor type for text instead of eye-catching display.

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Word of the day rigor
m
rigor (US), rigour (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.