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to show / to illustrate / to display / to demonstrate
  *顯* | 顯* | *顯
to make visible / to reveal / prominent / conspicuous / (prefix) phanero-
clear / distinct / obvious
monitor (computer)
to seem / to look / to appear
appearance / to appear
outstanding / notable / remarkable / statistically significant
clear / evident / obvious(ly)
graphics card
(photographic processing) to develop
to express / to exhibit
electron microscope
illustrious / celebrated
microscope / CL: 臺|台
video card / display card (computer)
to present clearly / to give prominence to / to magnify / clear and obvious
display screen
conspicuous / to make sth stand out / make sth prominent
to manifest
LCD / liquid crystal display
micro- / microscopic / to make the minute visible
liquid crystal display
optical microscope
conspicuous / eye-catching / glamorous
to become visible / to reveal
clearly and easy to see (idiom); obviously / clearly / it goes without saying
to appear / to come out in the open
awe-inspiring / power
caller ID
plain / clear / obvious
developer (photographic processing) / contrast medium (medical imaging)
CRT used in TV or computer monitor / picture tube / kinescope
to form a picture / to develop a photo / to visualize
to reveal, make known
variant of 顯擺|显摆
(idiom) fully displaying one's capabilities
to praise / to commend / to hallow
obvious / clearly visible
Lee Hsien Loong (1952-), Singapore PAP politician, eldest son of Lee Kuan Yew 李光耀, prime minister from 2004
visible / conspicuous / phanero- / dominant (gene)
information screen
to show off
famous school / noted school of thought
appearing and disappearing / dimly visible / intermittent / implicit (but not clearly present)
prominent post
dignitary / distinguished person / royalty / nobleman / big shot
(coll.) to show off
prominent / eminent / important person / notable / dignitary
lit. the Eight Immortals cross the sea, each showing his own special talent (idiom) / fig. (of each individual in a group) to give full play to one's unique capabilities
ancestors (old)
illustrious / influential / prestigious
appearing and disappearing / intermittently visible
Tang Xianzu (1550-1616), Ming poet and dramatist, author of The Peony Pavilion 牡丹亭
to show an effect / to produce an effect / a conspicuous effect
to look old
to show one's true nature (derog.) / to betray oneself
outstanding / conspicuous
Microscopium (constellation)
to reveal one's talent (idiom)
Xiao Zixian (487-537), writer and historian of Liang of Southern Dynasties, compiler of History of Qi of the Southern dynasties 南齊書 南齐书
to display one's remarkable skill or prowess / to give full play to one's brilliant abilities
lit. to not show the mountain and to not reveal the water (idiom); fig. to hide the key facts
to look pregnant / obviously pregnant
a famous person / a luminary
light and shade
dominant gene
high official
honorific term for one's deceased father / (arch.) great-great-grandfather
phanerocrystalline / with crystal structure visible to the naked eye
Phanerozoic, geological eon lasting since the Cambrian 寒武紀|寒武纪, c. 540m year ago
Phanerogamae (botany) / flowering plants
evident / clear and bright
each displays their own strengths (idiom)
microscope / same as 顯微鏡|显微镜
high ranking
Korean national memorial cemetery at Dongjak-dong, Seoul
to flaunt / to show off
microscopic slide
intermittent target
sensible enthalpy (thermodynamics) / energy required to go from one state to another
Phanerozoic, geological eon lasting since the Cambrian 寒武紀|寒武纪, c. 540m year ago
warp brocade / woven fabric with single woof but colored warp

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