Translation of exhibit in Spanish:


exponer, v.

Pronunciation /ɪɡˈzɪbət/ /ɪɡˈzɪbɪt/ /ɛɡˈzɪbɪt/

See Spanish definition of exponer

transitive verb

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    (goods/paintings) exponer
    • His work is also exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections worldwide.
    • Like many of the artists whose works were exhibited at the fair, Lux's photographs blur the boundary between reality and artificiality.
    • A representative sample of this spectacular art collection is exhibited on three floors in 43 galleries, some of which are graced by exquisite stucco ceilings.
    • Following Mr Binks' death, some of his work was exhibited at the Harris Museum and Art Gallery in Preston.
    • In October, 1997, the young artist had already had one well-received show at the Portland Gallery, which exhibits Vettriano's work.
    • The British Museum exhibits the works of man from primitive to modern times with a collection from all around the world.
    • It started life in 1929 as a casino and art gallery, exhibiting the works of such famous names as Toulouse-Lautrec, Rodin and Léger.
    • And as someone who is recognised as being at the very pinnacle of her profession, there is no shortage of top galleries clamouring to exhibit her work.
    • The hall gallery exhibits the work of local artists on a rotating basis; a newly-implemented program allows homes and businesses to buy works of art on display or lease them for up to a year.
    • Quite a few bars also have their own galleries exhibiting the work of local artists.
    • San Francisco's Bucheon Gallery exhibits Miller's work, which is priced in the $3,000 range.
    • His pioneering artistic signature has placed him at the vanguard of the burgeoning digital art revolution, with galleries nationwide exhibiting his work.
    • The gallery has exhibited its work in Hong Kong, as well as Art Miami, Art San Francisco and Art Chicago and dually services overseas clients.
    • His early work was exhibited by art galleries where the owners supported him with money before he became well known.
    • His drawings, prints and paintings have been exhibited in galleries all around the country.
    • Her paintings have been exhibited widely in India and abroad and she has had several books of poetry published.
    • The selected work was exhibited in the gallery at the Organization of American States headquarters in April 1965.
    • Recently we exhibited for your viewing pleasure selections of photographs from the 1951 York Festival.
    • Selected works will be exhibited at two venues in Sligo Town.
    • The works he brought out of Russia were exhibited at various venues in Europe and the USA.
  • 2 formal

    (skill/dexterity) demostrar
    (skill/dexterity) poner de manifiesto
    (fear/courage) mostrar
    (symptoms) presentar
    to exhibit signs of interest dar muestras de interés
    • Some patients, especially young children, may exhibit signs and symptoms of respiratory distress that are indistinguishable from those of an acute asthma attack.
    • When the patient began bleeding from a gastric ulcer and exhibiting signs of hypovolemic shock, an exploratory laparotomy was performed.
    • On rare occasions, patients exhibit signs of anesthetic toxicity, including flushing, hives, chest or abdominal discomfort, and nausea.
    • Most tick-caused infections are asymptomatic or exhibit non-specific symptoms such as fever, fatigue, chills, and anorexia.
    • People with sickle cell trait don't have sickle cell disease or exhibit any signs of the disorder, but they can pass the gene for the disease to their children.
    • Ninety-five percent of neonates with GBS-positive infections and signs of sepsis exhibit them in the first 24 hours of life.
    • However, hospitalization is indicated for patients who are exhibiting signs of sepsis, who are vomiting and unable to stay hydrated, and who are having contractions.
    • If you don't exhibit signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia in your initial visit, you may be asked to fast overnight to cause hypoglycemic symptoms and allow your physician to make a diagnosis.
    • In this case the patient's condition appeared to be improving but he continued to exhibit symptoms of delirium.
    • However, patients who have had a previous infection may exhibit symptoms in a matter of days if they are reinfected.
    • In the white clay group one skin site and two bone sites exhibited signs of infection with development of granulation tissue.
    • But, in many cases, infants may never be brought to medical attention if they don't exhibit such severe symptoms.
    • This can explain why so many sleep apnea patients exhibit cardiovascular morbidity at the time of diagnosis.
    • Your child's doctor may test for SCID or other types of immune deficiency if your baby exhibits any of these signs within the first year of life.
    • Some chronic users become addicted and exhibit severe withdrawal symptoms that require detoxification.
    • Even where local disease symptoms were exhibited, the plants appeared to mount a defence response and recover.
    • Early prostate cancer often doesn't exhibit any symptoms so regular examinations are especially important.
    • The nurse notifies the surgeon if the patient exhibits neurological deficits, bleeding, or impaired respiratory function or is in acute distress.
    • However, nursing staff at the facility did not report that she had been exhibiting any signs of pain or discomfort or that she had any changes in behavior.
    • In many cases the plant exhibits symptoms similar to those seen during leaf senescence before cell death occurs.
    • He exhibits qualities that probably make him a loyal friend and certainly endearing company.
    • However, since most ratio variables exhibit this quality in the social sciences, they are not being distinguished here.
    • However, samples from a small number of sites exhibited unusual behaviour and these are commented upon in the outcrop discussions below.
    • Police cited examples of criminal behaviour exhibited by bar patrons over the past two years, ranging from impaired driving to shootings in the parking lot.
    • In aquariums, where a clownfish has been introduced to a new host, it has been observed that the fish exhibits behaviour consistent with being stung.
    • According to this view, computers might come to exhibit emotional behaviour, but they will never have that subjective feeling that constitutes the essence of true emotion.
    • A tired student only exhibits this behaviour when they see coffee.
    • She said most pupils were well behaved, but ‘there were some serious issues around individual children exhibiting poor behaviour’.
    • At least when I'm listening to the music playing loudly in my right ear I'm not actually exhibiting any strange behaviour as a result.
    • New varieties are usually marked as such in seed catalogues, and those that have exhibited superior qualities to win awards are also noted.
    • We condemn in no uncertain terms the violent behaviour exhibited by the remandees but at the same time, we believe a solution can easily be found.
    • Trained manpower is needed in debt recovery or else you end up losing business through uncouth behaviour exhibited by some hotheads.
    • When they are shifted to open enclosures, where the natural habitat is replicated and where they can move freely, wild animals exhibit their natural behaviour, he says.
    • It seems less likely that weak-culture firms will be able to exhibit behavioral consistency over time.
    • They are more likely than others to exhibit aggressive behaviour, according to a report from Statistics Canada.
    • Different species also exhibit different patterns of activity over the course of a year.
    • Further, animals often exhibit behaviors in laboratory situations that they might not in the wild.
    • Members of plant species typically exhibit genetic variation in resistance and susceptibility to a particular disease.
    • The previous speaker exhibited what a short memory he has.
    • At times, Coughlin has exhibited what might be interpreted as delusions of grandeur.
    • Why is it possible for our governments to exhibit what I describe as psychotic detachment?

intransitive verb

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    objeto en exposición (in gallery, museum)
    the prize exhibit la joya / la mejor pieza de la exposición
    • the museum houses several hundred exhibits el museo alberga una colección de varios centenares de piezas (or obras etc.)
    • the paintings on exhibit las pinturas expuestas
    • do not touch the exhibits se ruega no tocar los objetos expuestos
    • While far less inflammatory than suggested by the resultant outcry, the exhibit's attempt to present multiple perspectives on the bombing was ill-timed.
    • Importantly, the exhibit presented the progress made by African Americans in terms defined by the dominant white culture.
    • The exhibit presents the animals as fellow beings we are close to and responsible for, not as exotic curiosities for us to exploit.
    • Of over 100 submissions that were received, 54 artists are showcased in the exhibit.
    • University of Nevada archaeologists hope to establish a lecture series as well as traveling exhibits to showcase the artifacts.
    • The exhibit demonstrates the real-world challenges of achieving routine travel beyond Earth orbit, and portrays what space travel may be like in 2040.
    • On his way to present a photo exhibit in Seattle, Christopher Doyle shared a few words with REVERSE SHOT.
    • The exhibit presented one hundred black women who changed America.
    • How can you trust someone so narrow-minded that he will fight to end public funding for art exhibits he disagrees with, but expects taxpayers to foot the legal bill for his own idiotic blunder?
    • Some people go to museums to enjoy temporary exhibits and permanent collections, while others go to meet people and museum staff.
    • Families can visit countless museums, galleries and exhibits, dine in the finest restaurants and explore life in space!
    • For example, family members may use their knowledge of community diversity by taking their children to museum exhibits or neighborhood fairs.
    • The firm helps clients develop special retail merchandising events, for instance, as well as trade fair exhibits and trend forums.
    • Consequently, attending a trade or display exhibit or inservice program is a method of learning about new technologies and developments in existing technologies.
    • In development are more exhibits and public displays featuring the past 50 years in Menlo Park.
    • It was on display in Washington, DC's City Museum until the exhibit was abruptly shut down recently.
    • For history buffs, nearly every community in the province has its own collection of historical exhibits displayed in tiny museums.
    • As well as collecting £400,000 to buy the ship, Mr Waite is hoping to raise more than £1m to refit the ship as a museum and pay for exhibits and displays.
    • Developing the site enables people worldwide to access the collection and exhibits of the museums within the quadrangle.
    • Many gallery owners agree that the challenges involved with coordinating and promoting gallery shows with museum exhibits are well worth the benefits.
    • In addition to its displays and exhibits, the museum plans to offer monthly seminars and classes.
    • There is a rich collection of exhibits in this show - some of which are very special indeed.
    • Some of Europe's best art museums offer continuous virtual exhibits alongside very comprehensive visual databases of their art collections.
    • The Edwardian fire is one of the exhibits in the Hearth Gallery at the museum, tracing the history of domestic heating and cooking.
    • It wanted to explore improving just part of the museum and the possibility of mothballing the collection of exhibits.
    • The museum also boasts fascinating collections of natural history exhibits and items of more recent history, including the famous Bishops Cannings drum.
    • She said when the museum went up for sale in June letters went out to all those who had donated exhibits at the museum to collect them.
    • Schoolchildren will learn more about historical collections and exhibits at Bradford's Council-owned museums if a national recruitment drive pays off.
    • The museum has two indoor galleries housing various small exhibits, models, photographs and charts highlighting the growth and development of the Indian Railways.
    • The museum has videos of archive footage, hands-on exhibits and displays, as well as famous locomotives and GWR memorabilia.
    • One of Australia's best animal-based theme parks, it has a commitment to research and conservation to match a collection of stunning marine displays and exhibits.
    • Within the last decade, we have seen the rise of new art galleries and performance spaces, of museum exhibits, new film projects, ongoing play readings and much more.
    • Unfortunately, 30 exhibits from the main gallery, irreplaceable pieces, are still missing from the museum.
    • For a taste of the treasures check out the museum's web site where 50 exhibits are on display.
    • The Duchess saw work in the floristry workshops, animal centre and walled gardens before viewing exhibits at Lackham's museum of agriculture and rural life.
    • He also serves as an advisor and consultant to museums that feature exhibits about baseball and other sports.
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    documento u objeto que se exhibe en un juicio como prueba
    • In December 2001 I filed evidence supported by three exhibits in the Court of Appeal registry, which establishes he pursued litigation for ulterior purposes.
    • The agreement in question was not an exhibit to the affidavit filed by the Bank in support of this motion.
    • There is a two-page affidavit, your Honour, which does refer to exhibits to the document.
    • The plaintiff testified under oath and a number of documents were marked as exhibits (including the written acknowledgment of debt relied on in the statement of claim).
    • The affidavit with appended exhibits was not served on the company until after the commencement of Mr. Hayer's cross-examination.
  • 3US

    exposición feminine