Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Exhibition"

The meaning of "Exhibition" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The exhibition will run through next week. mean?
A: It means it will be open from now until the end of next week.
Q: What does It is an exhibition of POOR TASTE to KNOCK the competition. mean?
A: In poor taste = it’s bad judgement or rude Knock the competition = say bad things about them
Q: What does exhibition mean?
A: A show. For example, an art exhibition or photograpgy exhibition where the artist shows their work to people :)
Q: What does "almost any exhibition of complete self-sufficiency draws a stunned tribute from me." mean?
A: Ich gebe mein Bestes auf Deutsch: irgendein Ausstellung der Selbstversorgung imponiert dem Sprecher

Example sentences using "Exhibition"

Q: Please show me example sentences with exhibition.
A: The art exhibition was fantastic. The invitations for the exhibition have been finally sent.

Synonyms of "Exhibition" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between There is going to be an exhibition in Bremen next week. and There will be an exhibition in Bremen next week. ?
A: No difference at all.
Q: What is the difference between A: I'm in the exhibition. and B: l'm at the exhibition. ?
A: They both can mean the same thing, but when saying : I'm in the exhibition. That could mean you have an art work or some type of presentation at the exhibit .
Q: What is the difference between exhibition and display ?
A: An exhibition is usually something bigger. We would call something in a shop window a 'display', but not an exhibition. An exhibition is usually something, e.g., at a gallery that people might be invited to. Also, we say that we put something "on display". "Jane had her paintings displayed at an exhibition." "Sally rearranged the display in the shop window."
Q: What is the difference between exhibition and exposition ?
A: An exhibition is something being shown off, such as a science project or museum display. "The artist's exhibition was full of his best works" The exposition of a story is the beginning of the story, and also includes things which happened before the story begins sometimes. "From the exposition, the book was gripping." An expostion can also mean a detailed description of an idea. "The exposition of his theory made its practical value clear."

Translations of "Exhibition"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What was the last exhibition you visited? My essay is behind here. Thank you for your correcting.
A: I went to the Bauhaus 100 years original exhibition at the Berlin State Art Museum. In Korea, there [were] exhibitions about Bauhaus. Frankly, the contents of the exhibition were not abundant at that time, and it was focused on an output. However, here in Berlin, I can see the history and curriculum of Bauhaus in detail. The curriculum and practice samples made it possible to guess the German design education and process. For example, It was supposed [that design is taught] using the five senses, [through activities] such as equilibrium experiments and archiving materials. In that moment, I thought that it was [a] really good choice to decide studying in Germany. [I expected that if] I went to college here, I could try these things.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exhibition
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it seems to be an exhibition about sapce i want to say the exhibition seems to ~~~ plz help me :)
A: The exhibition seems to be about space.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exhibition
A: Exhibition is English. Words that can be used similarly are.. presentation, demonstration, exposition, showcase, and exhibit.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? exhibition
A: @vahidkm: in this word, the h is silent

Other questions about "Exhibition"

Q: We announce the exhibition by various means, via online and offline both. does this sound natural?
A: It would sound more natural as: we announce the exhibition by various means, both online and offline. Or we announce the exhibition by various means, via email and text message.
Q: I went to an exhibition of an Italian artist. his works express loneliness people feel living in the city. I went there because I was picked by an event a host company and I won two tickets. So I didn't expect it that much before I went there. But the exhibition was amazing. does this sound natural?
A: I went to an exhibition of an Italian artist. his works express the loneliness people feel living in the city. I went there because I won two tickets. So I didn't know what to expect before I went there. But the exhibition was amazing.
Q: I hold my exhibitions either in Japan or abroad. does this sound natural?
A: You don't need to say "either" :)
Q: I feel more carefree and relaxed holding the two exhibitions this time in Taiwan, for its farther from that business field, which makes it more relaxing to exchange opinions. does this sound natural?
A: I am more comfortable with organising the two exhibitions in Taiwan, as it's less business-driven and encouraging to share opinions.
Q: I will be glad if you could come to the exhibition in person. does this sound natural?
A: Though some might accuse me of pedantry, I think it's worth pointing out that you've mixed the definite and hypothetical cases. The 'will' and 'would' do not properly fit together. You should either say "I would be glad if you could come to the exhibition in person", or "I will be glad if you can come to the exhibition in person".

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