What is 'mostra' when translated from Italian to English?

"Show" is an English equivalent of the Italian word mostra. Context tells whether the word serves as a feminine singular noun for "display," "exhibit" or "show" or as a verb in the present imperative in the informal second person singular or in the present indicative in the formal second person or third person singular, respectively for "Show!" or "He (it, one, she) shows" or "You show." The pronunciation will be "MO-stra" in Pisan Italian.

"Show" is one English equivalent of the Italian word mostra.

Specifically, the word functions as one of two parts of speech. As a feminine singular noun, it means "display, exhibit, show." As a present imperative in the informal second person singular and a present indicative in the formal second person or third person singular, it respectively translates as "(informal singular you) show!" and "(he/it/one/she) displays/exhibits/shows, does display/exhibit/show, is displaying/exhibiting/showing" or "(formal singular you) are displaying/exhibiting/showing, display/exhibit/show, do display/exhibit/show" according to context.

Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "MO-stra" in Italian.