showed, past tense; shown, past participle; showing, present participle; shows, 3rd person singular present;
Be or allow or cause to be visible
wrinkles were starting to show on her face
the muscles of her jaws showed white through the skin
a white blouse will show the blood
Offer, exhibit, or produce (something) for scrutiny or inspection
an alarm salesperson should show an ID card
he wants to show you all his woodwork stuff
Put on display in an exhibition or competition
he ceased early in his career to show his work
other artists who showed there included Robert Motherwell
Present (a movie or television program) on a screen for public viewing
(of a movie) Be presented in this way
a movie showing at the Venice Film Festival
Indicate (a particular time, measurement, etc.)
a travel clock showing the time in different cities
Represent or depict in art
a postcard showing the Wicklow Mountains
Allow oneself to be seen; appear in public
he was amazed that she would have the gall to show herself
Arrive or turn up for an appointment or at a gathering
her date failed to show
Finish third or in the first three in a race
(of a woman) Be visibly pregnant
Shirley was four months pregnant and just starting to show
Display or allow to be perceived (a quality, emotion, or characteristic)
it was Frank's turn to show his frustration
his sangfroid showed signs of cracking
Accord or treat someone with (a specified quality)
he urged his soldiers to fight them and show no mercy
he has learned to show women some respect
(of an emotion) Be noticeable
he tried not to let his relief show
Demonstrate or prove
experts say this shows the benefit of regular inspections
the figures show that the underlying rate of inflation continues to fall
Prove or demonstrate oneself to be
she showed herself to be a harsh critic
he showed himself to be an old-fashioned Baptist separatist
Cause to understand or be capable of doing something by explanation or demonstration
he showed the boy how to operate the machine
Conduct or lead
show them in, please
(show) give an exhibition of to an interested audience; "She shows her dogs frequently"; "We will demo the new software in Washington"
(show) the act of publicly exhibiting or entertaining; "a remarkable show of skill"
(show) display: something intended to communicate a particular impression; "made a display of strength"; "a show of impatience"; "a good show of looking interested"
(show) prove: establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment; "The experiment demonstrated the instability of the compound"; "The mathematician showed the validity of the conjecture"
(show) a social event involving a public performance or entertainment; "they wanted to see some of the shows on Broadway"
(show) testify: provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
Shown is an American surname that reflects an Anglicization of the German surname Schaun. A common variant is Shawn. Like other surnames, it is sometimes given to children as a middle name and/or used by married females as part of their professional name. ...
(Show (After Crying album)) Show is a studio album by the progressive rock band After Crying.
(Show (album)) Show is a live album by English alternative rock band The Cure, released in 1993 and recorded live over two nights at the Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan (a suburb of Detroit) in 1992, during the successful Wish tour. Show was also released as a concert video.
(Show (animal)) A show is a judged event or display in the hobby of animal fancy or in the occupation of animal husbandry.
(Show (fair)) An agricultural show is a public event showcasing the equipment, animals, sports and recreation associated with agriculture and animal husbandry. ...
(Show (The Jesus Lizard album)) Show is a live album by the Chicago noise rock band The Jesus Lizard. It was recorded at CBGB's in New York City. It was a joint release by Collision Arts and Warner Bros. subsidiary label Giant Records.
(show) A play, dance, or other entertainment; An exhibition of items; A demonstration; A broadcast program/programme; A movie; Mere display with no substance; A project or presentation; The major leagues; To display, to have somebody see (something); To indicate (a fact) to be true; to ...
(Show) An indication of oil or gas as observed and recorded during the drilling of a well. A geologist would rate a show as ‘good’, ‘fair’, or ‘poor’, etc.
(SHOW) A horse racing bet in which you collect if the horse finishes first, second or third.
show: An exhibition of cats, during which the cats are evaluated by licensed judges and awarded prizes for their conformance to breed standards.
(Show) Synonym for a bourse or coin show.
(Show) Any unit of operation in the woods associated with timber harvesting (22).
(Show) Third place horse in a race.
(SHOW) Third position at the finish.
(Show) A wagering term describing the third greyhound to cross the finish line.
(A-Show) A wrestling event where generally a company's biggest "draws" perform.
(07 Show) (Channel 7) (? - Present)
(SHOW) A concert run by local promoters that are held in bars, VFW halls, community centers, churches, etc.
(SHOW) A large gathering of dealers and collectors at a single location for the purpose of buying, selling, and trading sports cards and memorabilia. Conventions are open to the public and sometimes also feature autograph guests, door prizes, films, contests, etc. ...