I. exhibit ex‧hib‧it 1 [ɪgˈzɪbt] verb [intransitive, transitive] MARKETING
to put something in a public place such as a trade show so that people can go and see it:

• Last month, Toyota exhibited at a London company-car show for the first time.

• He exhibited his new collection during Paris fashion week.

  [m0] II. exhibit exhibit 2 noun [countable]
1. MARKETING something exhibited in a public place such as a trade show:

• The centrepiece of the exhibit was the central section of an ART 700 filter system for use on diesel powered buses.

2. a picture, drawing or chart used in a talk to help someone present information:

• An example of a typical integrated capital budgeting system is shown in Exhibit 1.

3. LAW an object, piece of clothing etc that is used in a court of law to try to prove that someone is guilty or not guilty:

• In total, the jury heard 94 prosecution witnesses and saw over 950 pages of exhibits.

4. MARKETING the American word for exhibition

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exhibit UK US /ɪgˈzɪbɪt/ verb
[I or T] to show something publicly in a place such as museum or trade show: »

She has exhibited her art all over the world.

exhibit at/in sth »

The £20,000 prize helped him to exhibit at the Paris Fashion Show.

[T] FORMAL if someone or something exhibits a quality, they show that they have that quality: »

Did he exhibit any leadership talents?

exhibit UK US /ɪgˈzɪbɪt/ noun [C]
an object that is shown to the public in a place such as a museum or trade show: »

art exhibits

LAW an object, photograph, etc. that is shown in a court because it gives information about a crime

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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