exhibit

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noun
1 (AmE) collection of things shown to the public ⇨ See also ↑exhibition
ADJECTIVE
art
photo, photographic, photography
interactive, multimedia, online, virtual
hands-on
touring, traveling

a traveling exhibit of antiques

changing, rotating

The library has a policy of mounting changing exhibits.

permanent, temporary
big, small
major

a major exhibit of the painter's work

educational
public
special

The library is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a special exhibit.

solo

The artist is now having her first solo exhibit in New York.

VERB + EXHIBIT
see, tour, view
create, curate, design, mount, organize, plan
feature, have, host, house

The museum features rotating exhibits.

EXHIBIT + VERB
open

The exhibit opened to the public on July 1.

run

The exhibit runs through February 1.

be called sth, be entitled sth, be titled sth
explore sth, feature sth, highlight sth, include sth, present sth, show sth

The exhibit features unique photographs of San Francisco in the 1900s.

EXHIBIT + NOUN
gallery, hall
area, floor, space

the museum's new exhibit space

booth

Hundreds of companies had exhibit booths.

coordinator, curator
PREPOSITION
on exhibit

There are forty gigantic works on exhibit.

exhibit of

an exhibit of video art

exhibit on

an exhibit on local history

2 single object in a museum, etc.
VERB + EXHIBIT
see, view
touch
display, house
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verb
Exhibit is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑artist, ↑gallery, ↑museum
Exhibit is used with these nouns as the object: ↑aggression, ↑art, ↑behaviour, ↑bias, ↑characteristic, ↑collection, ↑decrease, ↑difference, ↑distribution, ↑effect, ↑exuberance, ↑genitals, ↑improvement, ↑painting, ↑pattern, ↑picture, ↑piece, ↑portrait, ↑preference, ↑property, ↑range, ↑response, ↑restraint, ↑sculpture, ↑sign, ↑skill, ↑symptom, ↑tendency, ↑trait, ↑valour, ↑variability, ↑work

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