Display

(Digital cameras and photo printers) LCD
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display

(from the article `information processing`) For humans to perceive and understand information, it must be presented as print and image on paper; as print and image on film or on a video ... Images have high information content, both in terms of information theory (i.e., the number of bits required to represent images) and in terms of .....
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display

[n] - behavior that makes your feelings public 2. [n] - exhibiting openly in public view 3. [n] - something intended to communicate a particular impression 4. [n] - an electronic device that represents information in visual form 5. [n] - a visual representation of something 6. [n] - something shown to the public 7. [v]
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Display

• (v. t.) To make an exhibition of; to set in view conspicuously or ostentatiously; to exhibit for the sake of publicity; to parade. • (v. t.) To unfold; to spread wide; to expand; to stretch out; to spread. • (v. t.) To discover; to descry. • (v. t.) To make conspicuous by large or prominent type. • (v. i.) To make a displ...
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display

noun an electronic device that represents information in visual form
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display

presentation noun a visual representation of something
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Display

[zoology] Display is a form of animal behaviour, linked to survival of the species in various ways. One example of display used by some species can be found in the form of courtship, with the male usually having a striking feature that is distinguished by colour, shape or size, used to attract a female. In other instances, species may exhib...
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Display

Dis·play' intransitive verb To make a display; to act as one making a show or demonstration. Shak.
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Display

Dis·play' noun 1. An opening or unfolding; exhibition; manifestation. « Having witnessed displays of his power and grace.» Trench. 2. Ostentatious show; exhibition for effect; parade. « He died, as erring man should die, Without display , wit...
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Display

Dis·play' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Displayed ; present participle & verbal noun Displaying .] [ Middle English displaien , desplaien , Old French despleier , desploier , French dépl...
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display

1. To unfold; to spread wide; to expand; to stretch out; to spread. 'The northern wind his wings did broad display.' (Spenser) ... 2. To extend the front of (a column), bringing it into line. ... 3. To spread before the view; to show; to exhibit to the sight, or to the mind; to make manifest. 'His statement . . . Displays very clearly the actual co...
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Display

A category of typefaces designed for decorative or headline use. As opposed to text typefaces, display typefaces are usually meant for larger settings. (appended to a font or volume name) URW++ identify their Display fonts by adding the letter D after the font name.
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Display

A device that gives information in a visual form.
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display

A merchandising method of highlighting a product by arranging it in a way that attracts the attention of the customer.
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Display

A pattern of activity where a creature shows off to others, often associated with mating.
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Display

A pattern of activity where a creature shows off to others, often associated with mating.
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Display

A special exhibit of a product or service at the point of sale, generally over and above standard shelf stocking. Simply books place on display over specific subject areas.
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display

device which displays the content(s) of (a) memory(ies)
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Display

In the context of this guide a display is a device for viewing textual and/or graphical images.
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Display

Innate, stylized activity or signal through which birds communicate.
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Display

Innate, stylized activity or signal through which birds communicate.
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Display

Ritualized signal intended to convey a specific message.
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display

show; make visible or apparent
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display

Text that is an integral part of the picture, e.g. shop or road signs.
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Display

To ‘show off’ by fully extending all fins and exhibiting full or special coloration, and/or special movements of the body and/or fins. Usually associated with breeding, can also be for dominance or territoriality.
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