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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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showcaseshow‧case /ˈʃəʊkeɪs $ ˈʃoʊ-/ noun [countable]  1 SHOW OFFan event or situation that is designed to show the good qualities of a person, organization, product etcshowcase for The new musical is a good showcase for her talents.2 BBTa glass box containing objects for people to look at in a shop, at an art show etcshowcase verb [transitive] She wants to showcase African–American literature.
Examples from the Corpus
showcaseAlthough the Soviets planned the mission as a showcase of their scientific superiority, it was widely dismissed as propaganda.He treated the benefit performance as a showcase for his work.A showcase new library is planned.If anything, they are trying to best one another in erecting showcase embassy buildings.Commonplace today, institutionalized, regular showcases like that were a new concept in the early 1960s.showcase forThe convention is a major showcase for new software products.
From Longman Business Dictionaryshowcaseshow‧case /ˈʃəʊkeɪsˈʃoʊ-/ noun [countable] an event or situation that is designed to show the good qualities of a person, organization, or productThe conference is intended to be a showcase for leading-edge technology.showcase verb [transitive]The Olympic Games gave the country an opportunity to showcase its economic achievements.
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