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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexhibitex‧hib‧it1 /ɪɡˈzɪbɪt/ ●●○ AWL verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]SHOW/LET somebody SEE something to show something in a public place so that people can go to see it syn show Her paintings have been exhibited all over the world.2 [transitive] formalSHOW A FEELING OR ATTITUDE to clearly show a particular quality, emotion, or ability syn displayexhibit signs/symptoms/behaviour etc a patient who is exhibiting classic symptoms of mental illness→ See Verb table
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exhibitThe Orphic cosmogonies exhibit a concern to portray humans as well as the world in which they live.Some of the patients exhibit aggressive and violent behavior.Clearly Artai exhibited at least one mutated characteristic.The sculpture was first exhibited at the Canadian National Exhibition.We have seen that in capitalist societies, different classes exhibit differences in social characteristics, such as values and patterns of behaviour.Contrary to systems that could be under-stood by old-fashioned reductionism, these dynamic systems exhibited emergent behavior.Anyone who exhibits extreme anxiety in the face of potential danger is unlikely to become an effective military leader.He exhibited high intelligence, had an exceptional memory, but was unpopular and solitary because he hated games.With me she had none of the shyness she had exhibited in Byron's company the evening before.The gallery exhibits mainly contemporary sculpture and photography.The prisoner exhibited no emotion when the sentence was read out.The gallery will exhibit some of Monet's paintings.While so many documentary-makers seem chiefly eager to exhibit their punditry, he appeared as a genuine seeker after knowledge.exhibit signs/symptoms/behaviour etcBetty Levin had been hospitalized for two weeks when her husband, Alvin, began exhibiting symptoms.Sometime after her acceptance, she exhibited signs of her former diabolical symptoms.There was the woman whose daughter was exhibiting signs of lead poisoning.Such old people customarily exhibit behaviour which is extraordinarily difficult to tolerate and which raises a high level of anxiety.