vt.展出,陈列 n.展览品,陈列品,展品 v.展示
形容词:exhibitory 名词:exhibitor 动词过去式:exhibited 过去分词:exhibited 现在分词:exhibiting 第三人称单数:exhibits
hab＝to have（拥有） 变化型 hibit
1 object or collection of objects displayed for the public, eg in a museum 展览品; 陈列品
*a priceless exhibit 一件极贵重的陈列品
* The museum has some interesting new exhibits from India. 博物馆新陈列一些有趣的印度展品.
* Do not touch the exhibits. 请勿触摸展品.
2 document, object, etc produced as evidence in a lawcourt （当庭出示的）证件, 物证, 证据
*The first exhibit was a knife which the prosecution claimed was the murder weapon. 当庭出示的第一件物证是一把刀, 据原告称是为谋杀凶器.
1 (a) [Tn] show or display (sth) for the public (for pleasure, for sale, in a competition, in a lawcourt, etc) 当众显示或展出（某物）
*exhibit flowers at a flower show 在花展上展出花卉
* documents exhibited in a lawcourt 当庭出示的文件.
(b) [I, Tn] (of an artist) present (works of art) for the public, esp in an art gallery （指艺术家）展出（艺术品）（尤指于美术馆）
*The young painter has exhibited (his work) in several galleries. 那年轻画家的作品已在几家美术馆中展出.
2 [Tn] (fml 文) show clearly that one possesses (a quality or feeling) 表现, 显示, 显出（某特质或感情）
*He exhibited total lack of concern for the child. 可以看出他对那孩子毫不关心.
* She exhibited great powers of endurance during the climb. 她在攀登过程中表现出极大的耐力.