In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(put on show)(exhibit) exponerComputing (data/figures) visualizarthe shopkeeper displayed his wares — el tendero colocó los artículos en el escaparate (/ 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
- The rest of the screen displayed the highest magnification image of the city we could get.
- Those images were captured by computer chips and displayed using thin computer screens.
- More importantly, the author discusses how an image can be saved into a file rather than being displayed on screen.
- Data from the controllers - including alerts of problems - are displayed on workstations and computers using Web browsers.
- His collections are prominently displayed at the Lalit Kala Akademi and at the National Gallery of Modern Art.
- Alone at his desk, the detective glances up at the black login screen displayed on the computer monitor.
- Adrian's eyes were glued to the screen while it displayed images of the boy being placed into an ambulance with a respirator over his mouth and blood pouring from his upper chest and sides.
- The cameras were displayed in the chronological order of technological evolution.
- In one a pair of manacles is prominently displayed.
- Just about every pub displays a sign or notice advising women to keep an eye on their drinks.
- Choosing the image displays the photo in fullscreen, scaled to fit on your TV.
- Erica looked at the screen which twinkled and displayed the image of the Chancellor on the background of his cabinet in the Palace.
- Large, brightly-coloured signs warning against bathing in the reservoir and expressly the dangers of cold water are prominently displayed there.
- These tickets are often chosen by passengers for their journey into town because they are prominently displayed on ticket machines.
- Stern messages from her about smoking and other unacceptable behaviour are prominently displayed on the noticeboard.
- Canadians scrambled to display US flags in order to express their sympathy.
- Isn't Marx making a deliberately exaggerated statement of his own position in order to display its novelty?
- The chocolates were prominently displayed, so of course I bought some before I left, despite my initial intention only to have a coffee.
- 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.
- It was used to control the images being displayed on the screen.
- Once on the storage server, a photograph can be displayed on any TV screen or monitor in the house via a simple video client.
- The computer displayed the icon of folders on the screen.
- As the video card displays one image, the opposing eye is blocked by the shutter.
- Just to remind everyone who is in charge, every notice displays the name of the Residents' Association at the top.
- The stored data were displayed on a computer screen to check quality of the recordings.
- As I was waiting to pick up a prescription at my local Walgreen's I noticed the book prominently displayed by the prescription drug counter.
- It is not limited to dedicated handheld devices but can be displayed on any computer screen.
- The name drawn out will be the lucky owner of the ornament for the following year and must display it in a prominent position in their house.
- And they maintain that their search results are still displayed in order of relevance.
- True enough, it was Cravis' image being displayed on the screen.
- Chopin's Preludes return independence to the hands in order to display a new kind of allusive dialogue between them.
- The previous photographic picture image is photographed immediately prior and is displayed on the screen.
- The red and yellow Catalan flag was displayed prominently around the stadium while the full range of Catalan anthems washed down from the stands throughout the game.
- Everytime that slender line went around the screen, it displayed the same image.
- And in the wake of the heat wave, it prominently displays a notice announcing that the shop is air conditioned!
- Like pieces of art in a little glass gallery, an array of spices is prominently displayed in a showcase that flanks the foyer, providing a savoury glimpse into the tastes that will find their way into your meal.
- By controlling where and when that field is applied, the screen can display an image.
- The introduction of an EU country of origin regulation would require the name and address of the beef producer or packager being prominently displayed.
- If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel you can change the size of fonts and images displayed on your monitor screen with a single click.
- At least at train stations, the name of the station is prominently displayed, but buses just stop along streets and I've got no idea where I am.
2(flaunt)(erudition/finery) hacer despliegue de(erudition/finery) hacer gala de(muscles) lucir(muscles) hacer alarde dethe peacock displayed its feathers — el pavo real desplegó la cola
- This is a good chance for players to display their skills.
- Elegiac and archly insightful, the quality of the writing displays a striking talent, and one that stays in the memory long after the varied merits of the performances fade.
- In surviving the cut, an otherwise anguished Woods displayed admirable qualities of courage and resolve.
- The Players' Choice Award is presented to the one player who displays athletic skill, tenacity and desire while playing with a sportsmanlike attitude.
- It is about those players displaying the skill and commitment to come up with a winning strategy, for the sake of the greater good.
- In any event, it would definitely not be nice to publish letters in order to display the ignorance of their writers.
- Once the openers departed the Lankan middle order displayed the brittle nature of their batting to carve into some intelligent and accurate Indian bowling.
- However, the scores do not fairly reflect the high standard of skill and courage displayed by the women of all three services in this burgeoning competition.
- The Captain displays an uncanny ability to sweat and smoulder simultaneously, and boasts a command of German that goes above and beyond the conversational.
- When he let his genuinely winning smile come through in that interchange with Ifill over her forgetting the order, he displayed a charm that could be used devastatingly to his advantage.
- Individual players are encouraged to display their skills by the whistling and ululation of the spectators.
- The fans want to see Fittler, Lockyer and the 32 other players display their undoubted skills.
- Of course some rule changes over the years have taken away the ability of players to display the skill of fielding.
- Kumble displayed endurance, skill and enthusiasm in equal measure to pick up seven wickets on a day where he had to bowl 35.3 overs in torrid conditions.
- Gene readily responds without displaying any sign of disagreement or bewilderment that he will lead the snow statues committee.
- The centre of Rome had sported a giant map of Greece in order to display the military's triumphs to all Italian citizens.
- By marching together, carrying banners and chanting slogans, thousands of students peacefully displayed their anger and emotion against the war that had started.
- 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.
- Fans have grown frustrated that a player who displayed such talent at Leeds just two years ago is almost unrecognisable now.
- Chen revealed that the two paintings were created in the heyday of the two masters, fully displaying their talent and skill.
3Printing Journalism(headlines/captions) hacer resaltar
4(reveal)(anger/interest) demostrar(interest/anger) manifestar(feelings) exteriorizar(feelings) demostrar(tendencies/symptoms) presentar(courage/tact/skill) demostrar(tact/courage/skill) dar prueba de
1feminine exposiciónfeminine muestramasculine showto be on display — estar expuesto
- to put sth on display — exponer algo
2(arrangement)a display of flowers — un arreglo floral
- a display of books — una exposición de libros
- display stand — expositor
- display window — vidriera
3feminine exteriorizaciónfeminine demostraciónmasculine desplieguefeminine demostraciónshe 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!
4Computing Electronicsdisplay masculinevisualizador masculine(screen/panel) de visualización (de datos)digital/analog display — visualizador digital/analógico
5Printing Journalismdisplay advertising — anuncios destacados
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