Yahoo奇摩字典 網頁搜尋

  1. show

    • IPA[ʃəʊ]

    英式

    • v.
      be, allow, or cause to be visible;offer, exhibit, or produce (something) for inspection
    • n.
      a spectacle or display, typically an impressive one;a play or other stage performance, especially a musical.
    • noun: show, plural noun: shows

    • verb: show, 3rd person present: shows, gerund or present participle: showing, past tense: showed, past participle: shown

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be, allow, or cause to be visible:

      wrinkles were starting to show on her face

      the glow of a city skyline showed up ahead

    • 2. offer, exhibit, or produce (something) for inspection:

      an alarm salesperson should show an ID card

      he wants to show you all his woodwork stuff

    • 3. put on display in an exhibition or competition:

      he ceased rather early in his career to show his work

      other artists who showed there included Robert Motherwell

    • 4. present (a film or television programme) on a screen for viewing:

      ITV showed

    • 5. (of a film) be presented for viewing:

      a movie showing at the Venice Film Festival

    • 6. indicate (a particular time, measurement, etc.):

      a travel clock showing the time in different cities

    • 7. represent or depict in art:

      a postcard showing the Wicklow Mountains

    • 8. allow oneself to be seen; appear in public:

      he was amazed that she would have the gall to show herself

    • 9. arrive for an appointment or at a gathering:

      only two waitresses showed up for work

      her date failed to show

    • 10. allow (a quality or emotion) to be perceived; display:

      it was Frank's turn to show his frustration

      her students had shown great courage

    • 11. accord or treat someone with (a specified quality):

      he urged his soldiers to show no mercy

      he has learned to show women some respect

    • 12. (of an emotion) be noticeable:

      he tried not to let his relief show

    • 13. (of a woman) be visibly pregnant:

      Shirley was four months pregnant and just starting to show

    • 14. demonstrate or prove:

      experts say this shows the benefit of regular inspections

      the figures show that the underlying rate of inflation continues to fall

    • 15. prove or demonstrate oneself to be:

      she showed herself to be a harsh critic

      the youth soon showed himself a canny batsman

    • 16. explain or demonstrate something to:

      he showed the boy how to operate the machine

    • 17. conduct or lead:

      show them in, please

    • 18. finish third or in the first three in a race:

      Greenough was the only other rider clear in round one, but she failed to show for the tiebreaker

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a spectacle or display, typically an impressive one:

      spectacular shows of bluebells

    • 2. a play or other stage performance, especially a musical.
    • 3. a light entertainment programme on television or radio.
    • 4. an event or competition involving the public display of animals, plants, or products:

      a dog show

    • 5. an undertaking, project, or organization:

      I man a desk in a little office. I don't run the show

    • 6. an outward appearance or display of a quality or feeling:

      Joanie was frightened of any show of affection

    • 7. an outward display intended to give a false impression:

      Drew made a show of looking around for firewood

      they are all show

    • 8. a ludicrous spectacle:

      now don't make a show of yourself in front of him

    • 9. a discharge of blood and mucus from the vagina at the onset of labour or menstruation.
    • 10. an opportunity for doing something; a chance:

      I didn't have a show

    • past participle of show

    Powered by Oxford Dictionary of English 3e

    • past participle of show

    Powered by New Oxford American Dictionary

    • n. a film or play intended to entertain by arousing feelings of horror or fear:

    • a big-budget Hollywood horror show

    Powered by Oxford Dictionary of English 3e

    • n. a film or play intended to entertain by arousing feelings of horror or fear:

    • a big-budget Hollywood horror show

    Powered by New Oxford American Dictionary

    • n. a touring show of performers, especially pop musicians:

    • witness the last great rock 'n' roll band demolish an entire city with their million-decibel roadshow

    Powered by New Oxford American Dictionary

    • n. a sideshow at a fair, featuring abnormally developed people or animals.

    Powered by New Oxford American Dictionary

    • n. an advertising poster, especially for a theater performance.

    Powered by New Oxford American Dictionary

    • n. A place, such as a house or estate, that is viewed and frequented for its beauty or historical noteworthiness.

    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 下一頁
    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[SHō]

    美式

    • v.
      be, allow, or cause to be visible:
    • wrinkles were starting to show on her face

      the muscles of her jaws showed white through the skin

    • n.
      a spectacle or display, typically an impressive one:
    • spectacular shows of bluebells

    Powered by New Oxford American Dictionary

  2. 知識+

    • show... to...的文法

      show [sb] to [sb] : 帶領某人去見某人 show [sth] to [sb] : 將某物展示給某人 Please show ___ to...鬧笑話. 2012-06-28 14:10:38 補充: To Louis大師 show [sb] to [sb] 看這個網頁的最下端: http://www.shakespeares...

    • show的用法和諸多意思???

      這句中的show有"示範"的意思 比用teach"...來向你示範怎麼站到衝浪板上面" show KK: [] DJ: [?( vt. 1...陳述 vi. 1. 顯現;露面 Her worry showed in her eyes. 她的眼神...

    • show stop ... show stopper

      Show stoppin' at the latest bar 我們讓深夜的酒吧中表演終止 The ride shinin' with the open top 閃亮的...that bass knockin' 低音喇叭夠大聲 So when you see us ridin' 讓你知道我們來了 We call it show stoppin' 我們叫他"表演終止"(意思是說他們很屌,屌到人家表演到一半都會突然停下來看他們) We...