show

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Перевод:

Verb: показывать проявлять проявляться демонстрировать
Noun: шоу показ выставка демонстрация
Adjective: выставочный

Фразы:

to beseech smb. to show mercy - умолять кого-л. о прощении

show business - шоу-бизнес, индустрия развлечений

to demonstrate / display / exhibit / show bravery - проявлять мужество, проявлять отвагу

talk show circuit - цикл программ

to show the cloven hoof / foot - обнаруживать дьявольский характер

to show constraint - демонстрировать скованность, напряжённость

to show darkly against the sand - чернеть на фоне песка

to demonstrate / display / exhibit / show ability - проявлять способности, демонстрировать умение

to show ability - проявлять способность

to demonstrate / display / show dedication - выказывать преданность

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Примеры:

Show me what you bought. - Покажи мне, что ты купил.

Let's go to a show. - Пойдёмте на какое-нибудь представление.

I'll show you out. - Я вас провожу (к выходу).

Show me how to do this sum. - Покажи мне, как решить эту арифметическую задачу.

He showed us to our seats. - Он проводил нас на наши места.

She is likely to show up. - Вероятно, она появится.

We welcome you to the show. - Мы рады приветствовать вас на выставке.

My dandruff is showing. - У меня видна перхоть в волосах.

I made a show of believing her. - Я сделал вид, что верю ей.

Ella showed her around the town. - Элла показала ей местные достопримечательности.

There is a show of reason in it. - В этом есть какой-то смысл.

She had learned not to show her emotions. - Она научилась не показывать своих эмоций.

Your grief is showing. - Ваше горе не скроешь.

Could he not show patience? - Разве он не мог проявить терпение?

He showed them a card trick. - Он показал им карточный фокус.

Show the doctor up when he comes. - Проводите доктора наверх, когда он придёт.

Show some consideration! - Прояви хоть какое-то уважение!

The enemy showed no mercy. - Враги были беспощадны.

She was the star of the show. - Она была звездой этого шоу.

He fronts a talk show. - Он ведёт ток-шоу. (брит.)

He showed us how to lasso. - Он показал нам, как нужно ловить арканом.

The show began bang on time. - Представление началось точно в назначенное время.

The show was recorded on tape. - Шоу было записано на пленку.

The show was a dismal failure. - Шоу позорно провалилось.

The show was a roaring success. - Пьеса имела шумный успех.

Iran is showing its displeasure. - Иран выражает недовольство.

The show starts at 7.30 p.m. - Представление начинается в половине восьмого вечера.

I enjoyed the show immensely. - Мне очень понравился спектакль.

I will show you a Yankee trick. - Я покажу вам один фокус, которым пользуются янки.

The show has been given the axe. - Эту развлекательную программу закрыли.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you show someone around or show them round, you go with them to show them all the interesting, useful, or important features of a place when they first visit it.

If you say that someone is showing off, you are criticizing them for trying to impress people by showing in a very obvious way what they can do or what they own.

If something shows up or if something shows it up, it can be clearly seen or noticed.

Связанные термины:

no-show: If someone who is expected to go somewhere fails to go there, you can say that they are a no-show .

show in: to conduct a person into a room or building by opening the door for him or her

show up: If something shows up or if something shows it up, it can be clearly seen or noticed .

chat show: A chat show is a television or radio show in which people talk in a friendly, informal way about different topics .

dog show: a competitive event in which dogs are exhibited and judged by an established standard or set of ideals prescribed for each breed

drag show: a performance by drag artists

dumb show: a part of a play done in pantomime

for show: in order to attract attention

game show: Game shows are television programmes on which people play games in order to win prizes.

gang show: an amateur theatrical performance with a cast made up of youth members of Scouts and Guides

hit show: a successful and popular show on television or in the theatre

ice show: any entertainment performed by ice-skaters

peep show: a pictured scene or group of objects, as in a box, viewed through a small opening, sometimes with a magnifying lens

road show: A road show is a show presented by traveling actors .

sex show: a live performance that customers pay to watch in which people perform sexual acts

shit show: a disastrously chaotic state of affairs

show bag: a bag containing samples, promotional material, etc, given out at trade fairs and other such events

show bill: a poster advertising a play or show

show biz: informal See show business

show card: a tradesman's advertisement mounted on card as a poster

show copy: a positive print of a film for use at an important presentation such as a premiere

show day: (in Australia) a public holiday in a state on the date of its annual agricultural and industrial show

show flat: a newly-build flat that is decorated and furnished for prospective buyers to view

show girl: a young woman who appears in variety shows, nightclub acts, etc, esp as a singer or dancer

show home: a house on a new estate that is decorated and furnished for prospective buyers to view

show off: If you say that someone is showing off, you are criticizing them for trying to impress people by showing in a very obvious way what they can do or what they own.

show out: to conduct a person out of a room or building by opening the door for him or her

show pony: a person who tries to be the centre of attention ; show-off

sky show: a fireworks display

talk show: A talk show is a television or radio show in which famous people talk to each other in an informal way and are asked questions about different topics.

tent show: a show, as a circus, given in a tent

bench show: an exhibition of small animals, esp. dogs, or cats, displayed on benches and competing for awards on the basis of how closely they conform to ideal standards for the breed

cattle show: a competitive event at which farmers show their best cattle

comedy show: a funny programme on TV or radio

floor show: A floor show is a series of performances by dancers, singers, or comedians at a night club .

flower show: a display or exhibition, often competitive, of flowers and plants

freak show: (formerly) a display of human and animal freaks as entertainment

good show!: an exclamation of appreciation and congratulations on another's accomplishment

horse show: A horse show is a sporting event in which people riding horses compete in order to demonstrate their skill and control .

laser show: a display of coloured laser lights for entertainment purposes, often accompanying a music concert, etc

light show: a kaleidoscopic display of moving lights, etc, projected onto a screen, esp during pop concerts

motor show: an exhibition which displays rare, fashionable and expensive cars

puppet show: a theatrical performance with puppets

raree show: street show or carnival

show around: If you show someone around or show them round, you go with them to show them all the interesting, useful, or important features of a place when they first visit it.

show growth: The growth of something such as an industry, organization, or idea is its development in size, wealth, or importance .

show house: a house on a new estate that is decorated and furnished for prospective buyers to view

show jumper: A show jumper is a person who takes part in the sport of show jumping.

show trial: People describe a trial as a show trial if they believe that the trial is unfair and is held for political reasons rather than in order to find out the truth .

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Однокоренные слова:

show down - открыть карты
show in - проводить, вводить
show off - выпендриваться, красоваться, рисоваться, выставляться, пускать пыль в глаза
show out - спровадить, выводить, проводить
show round - показывать
show through - проступать, быть заметным, сквозить, просвечивание, просвечивание рисунка
show up - появляться, являться, разоблачать, выделяться, изобличать, унижать, вырисовываться

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