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showing US English

The action of showing something or the fact of being shown

showing US Thesaurus

another showing of the series

show US English

Be or allow or cause to be visible

reshow US English

Show for a second or subsequent time

show off in show US English

Make a deliberate or pretentious display of one’s abilities or accomplishments

show out in show US English

Reveal that one has no cards of a particular suit

show up in show US English

Be conspicuous or clearly visible

show off US English

Make a deliberate or pretentious display of one’s abilities or accomplishments

show out US English

Reveal that one has no cards of a particular suit

show up US English

Be conspicuous or clearly visible

show cause in show US English

Produce satisfactory grounds for application of (or exemption from) a procedure or penalty

show cause US English

Produce satisfactory grounds for application of (or exemption from) a procedure or penalty

show oneself in show US English

Allow oneself to be seen; appear in public

show through in show US English

(Of one’s real feelings) be revealed inadvertently

show someone/something up in show US English

Make someone or something conspicuous or clearly visible

show someone up in show US English

Embarrass or humiliate someone

show through US English

(Of one’s real feelings) be revealed inadvertently

show someone/something up US English

Make someone or something conspicuous or clearly visible

show someone up in show someone/something up US English

Embarrass or humiliate someone

show one's face in show US English

Appear in public

show one's hand in show US English

(In a card game) reveal one’s cards

show the way in show US English

Indicate the direction to be followed to a particular place

show someone/something off in show US English

Display or cause others to take notice of someone or something that is a source of pride

show one's face US English

Appear in public

show one's hand US English

(In a card game) reveal one’s cards

show the way US English

Indicate the direction to be followed to a particular place

show someone/something off US English

Display or cause others to take notice of someone or something that is a source of pride

show in flag1 US English

Represent or demonstrate support for one’s country, political party, or organization, especially when one is abroad

show the flag in flag1 US English

(Of a naval vessel) make an official visit to a foreign port, especially as a show of strength

show in fly the flag US English

Represent or demonstrate support for one’s country, political party, or organization, especially when one is abroad

show the flag US English

(Of a naval vessel) make an official visit to a foreign port, especially as a show of strength

show someone around in show US English

Act as a guide for someone to points of interest in a place or building

show someone around US English

Act as a guide for someone to points of interest in a place or building

show someone the door in show US English

Dismiss or eject someone from a place

show someone the door US English

Dismiss or eject someone from a place

appreciation US English

Gratitude for something


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