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表示, ひょうじ

  • hyōji


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • indication
  • expression
  • display
  • presentation
  • representation
  • manifestation

Examples of 表示,ひょうじ in a Sentence

A display, aka monitor, is an appliance that displays video signal of still images and moving pictures produced by a computer or similar device.
The sign on the board put me in mind of something I had to do.
When the sign on the door of a rest room says OCCUPIED, it means someone is using it.
The contents of the box are listed on the label.
If a very large amount of memory is installed, an 'insufficient memory' error message is displayed.
Despite "No Smoking" signs, the boat operator was brazenly smoking all the time.
For a display where the data items increase and decrease I think you are best making use of a spreadsheet program, not Access.
The date of manufacture is shown on the lid.
How should foreign exchange rates be shown? In the foreign exchange market they are displayed centered on the American dollar.
When the counter value reaches the assigned 'lucky-number' it displays a congratulatory message.

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