No. Exhibit can be a verb (to display) or a noun (a display or viewing).
No. Display can be a noun (exhibit) or a verb (to show).
This display is called an exhibit.
NOUN: exhibit, presentation, representation, performance, exposition VERB (to display): exhibit, present, uncover, unveil
Exhibit means display in public.
display, exhibit, showing, show
The correct spelling is "exhibit" (display).
Display, promote or exhibit.
display, illustrate, portray, exhibit, narrate
To show something to the public Its a synonym for display.
The display of emotion that each gender should exhibit based on social and cutural norms.
Exhibit is another word for display. Additional synonyms include presentation and demonstration.
No. The tiger sharks that were on display at the main exhibit at Disney world in November 2003 were not alive.
A display, a document or piece of evidence (in law)... Depends on how it is supposed to be used in the sentence, because exhibit is its own noun. IE: Excitedly, the children clustered around the exhibit.
act, present, show ?! Display Exhibit
uncover, reveal, display, exhibit, present, unveil, lay bare
Tinkerbell from Disney Universe
The word display as a verb means to show, show off, or exhibit. As such, it can be used when referring to characteristics or traits (e.g. this species displays geographical variations).As a noun, a display is likewise an exhibit, or array of items. The noun is separately used for visual devices such computer monitors, indicating the size and type of presentation (e.g. 23" touchscreen display).
All vertebrates including humans display bilateral symmetry.
You did not specify if you mean the noun of the verb. An exhibit is a show or display. You might also say an array or a pageant. A presentation would be another form of exhibit. You could also use the term spectacle or fanfare.
show, reveal, display, demonstrate, express, indicate, manifest, parade, unveil
Show is another word for demonstrate. Additional synonyms include display and exhibit.
prove, show, indicate, manifest, make clear, display, indicate, exhibit, illustrate