displayed, past tense; displays, 3rd person singular present; displayed, past participle; displaying, present participle;
Make a prominent exhibition of (something) in a place where it can be easily seen
the palace used to display a series of Flemish tapestries
a handwritten notice was displayed in the ticket office
(of a computer or other device) Show (information) on a screen
Give a conspicuous demonstration of (a quality, emotion, or skill)
the aggressive kind of baseball he displayed as a player
(of a male bird, reptile, or fish) Engage in a specialized pattern of behavior that is intended to attract a mate
she photographed the peacock, which chose that moment to display
A performance, show, or event intended for public entertainment
a display of fireworks
A collection of objects arranged for public viewing
the museum houses an informative display of rocks
work by lesser-known artists is also on display
a display case
A notable or conspicuous demonstration of a particular type of behavior, emotion, or skill
a display of great virtuosity
Conspicuous or flashy exhibition; ostentation
a flagrant display of wealth
A specialized pattern of behavior by the males of some species of birds, reptiles, and fish that is intended to attract a mate
the teal were indulging in delightful courtship displays
The arrangement and choice of type in a style intended to attract attention
An electronic device for the visual presentation of data
a 17-inch color display
a visual display screen
The process or facility of presenting data on a computer screen or other device
the processing and display of high volumes of information
The data shown on a computer screen or other device
expose: to show, make visible or apparent; "The Metropolitan Museum is exhibiting Goya's works this month"; "Why don't you show your nice legs and wear shorter skirts?"; "National leaders will have to display the highest skills of statesmanship"
something intended to communicate a particular impression; "made a display of strength"; "a show of impatience"; "a good show of looking interested"
attract attention by displaying some body part or posing; of animals
something shown to the public; "the museum had many exhibits of oriental art"
a visual representation of something
behavior that makes your feelings public; "a display of emotion"
Display (1923-1944) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. He was owned and bred by Walter J. Salmon, Sr. at his Mereworth Farm near Lexington, Kentucky. Display was sired by U.S. ...
Display is a form of animal behaviour, linked to survival of the species in various ways. One example of display used by some species can be found in the form of courtship, with the male usually having a striking feature that is distinguished by colour, shape or size, used to attract a female. ...
(Displays) A display device is an output device for presentation of information for visual, tactile or auditive reception, acquired, stored, or transmitted in various forms. When the input information is supplied as an electrical signal, the display is called electronic display. ...
A show or spectacle; An electronic screen that shows graphics or text; To spread out, to unfurl; : To show conspicuously
(displayed) Spread out; unfurled; Spread open to view; shown off; With wings unfurled
(Displayed) A bird with its body facing forward and its wings spread.
(Displayed) Said of any bird of prey borne erect, with the wings expanded. Applied especially to the eagle.
(Displayed) Refers to any food that is stationary where guests come up to the food station.
(Displayed) The creature is shown in an expanded form. This is usually used for birds.
Displayed is a term indicating that a winged creature (almost always a bird, and usually an eagle) is upright, facing the viewer, with it's feet down and it's wings at full extension. Unless specified differently, the wingtips will be pointed toward the top corners of the shield. ...
(DISPLAYING) Members must promote our team at all times while playing by displaying the team tags: [ATAW]
(DISPLAYS) left side: illustrates the spin array, with red squares being up spins (parallel to a positive applied field) and white squares being down spins. Spins may be flipped manually with a click of the mouse or by dragging with the cursor. ...
(Displays) How your view is output: as a page, block, feed, or attachment. Every display can be individually configured and any view can have multiple displays, including multiple displays of any given display type. ...
(displays) Gestures used like nonverbal punctuation marks, such as pounding your fist on the table.
(displays) Used to provide feedback to the operator. Important issues are appropriate placement, control/display relationship, readability, and use of symbols, colors, and so on.
(displays) set of behaviours that are ritualized and have become a signal - stereotyped form (often exaggerated) and repeated, always at same intensity - to release tension, intimidate others, keep others out of your range - eg. ...
The visual presentation on the indicating device of an instrument.
Indication of time or other data, either by means of hands moving over a dial (analog display) or by means of numerals appearing in one or more windows (digital or numerical display); these numerals may be completed by alphabetical indications (alphanumerical display) or by signs of any other ...
The backlit panel on a payment card device that shows characters on the screen.