Definition of show
a discharge of blood and mucus from the vagina at the onset of labor or menstruation.
Some women notice a bit of mucus in their pants and may not realise it's a show .
a public entertainment, in particular.
a spectacle or display of something, typically an impressive one.
We have two crocuses that have bloomed and the primulas are putting on a brave show of colour.
an outward appearance or display of a quality or feeling.
In a defiant show of solidarity, fans are planning a peaceful march through the city to the ground prior to kick-off.
be or allow or cause to be visible.
He turns and sees me and flashes me a big smile that shows all his perfect white teeth.
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Example of show
show them in, please
a show of strength
After months in denial, he let his emotions show this week, after the most blatant round of leaking yet.
As the film's cult appeal has grown, the stage show has also continued evolving.
At their annual cultural show , I am blown away at their singing and dancing ability.
Children as young as three will be taking part in a singing and dancing show tonight.
he ceased early in his career to show his work
he wants to show you all his woodwork stuff
he'll never be able to show himself in public again
he's all show