及物/不及物动词 表现出; 给…看; 显露出; 上演
及物动词 表明; 说明; 指示; 演示
名词 显示; 表演; 展览; 外观
1. Can you show me your photographs?
2. Anger showed in his face.
3. The paintings were shown at the Art Gallery.
1. Her worry showed in her eyes.
1. Some delegates walked out in a show of protest.
2. Give the man a fair show.
1. As the holiday season approaches, new economic indicators show a business activity firming up and rising consumer confidence and spending.
2. Show business is booming in China today, especially when compared with the nation's film industry.
3. To his show business friends, he was a gentle and considerate man.
4. She married a Japanese man and left show business and left Taiwan.
5. All these facts show that business people on both sides can undoubtedly find methods acceptable to both sides.
6. Zhang has a passion for singing and said she would like to enter show business if she had the opportunity after her operation.
7. Seoul said that the launch will be a provocative act against the international community and urged Pyongyang to show restraint.
8. The business sector in Hong Kong is becoming more green conscious as corporate management tries to show greater care for Mother Nature.
9. The unforgettable Andy Lau – still going strong after three decades of standing solo under the relentless spotlight of show business.
10. More than 1 million Taiwan business people work or live on the mainland, statistics show.
If something shows that a state of affairs exists, it gives information that proves it or makes it clear to people.
e.g. Research shows that a high-fibre diet may protect you from bowel cancer…
e.g. He was arrested at his home in Southampton after a breath test showed he had drunk more than twice the legal limit for driving…
If a picture, chart, film, or piece of writing shows something, it represents it or gives information about it.
e.g. Figure 4.1 shows the respiratory system…
图表 4.1 所示为呼吸系统。
e.g. …a coin showing Cleopatra…
If you show someone something, you give it to them, take them to it, or point to it, so that they can see it or know what you are referring to.
e.g. Cut out this article and show it to your bank manager…
e.g. He showed me the flat he shares with Esther…
If you show someone to a room or seat, you lead them there.
e.g. Let me show you to my study…
e.g. Milton was shown into the office…
If you show someone how to do something, you do it yourself so that they can watch you and learn how to do it.
e.g. Claire showed us how to make a chocolate roulade…
e.g. There are seasoned professionals who can teach you and show you what to do…
If something shows or if you show it, it is visible or noticeable.
e.g. He showed his teeth in a humourless grin…
e.g. His beard was just beginning to show signs of grey…