- pre|sen|ta|tionW3S2 [ˌprezənˈteıʃən US ˌpri:zen-, -zən-] n▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(give prize)¦2¦(talk)¦3¦(way of saying/showing)¦4¦(proof)¦5¦(performance)¦6¦(baby)¦7 presentation copy▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1.) ¦(GIVE PRIZE)¦the act of giving someone a prize or present at a formal ceremony▪ the presentation ceremony▪ Dr Evans thanked him for coming to make the presentations .presentation of▪ the presentation of prizes2.) ¦(TALK)¦an event at which you describe or explain a new product or idea▪ We will begin a series of presentations to help the public fully understand our system.make/give a presentation▪ I'm going to ask each of you to make a short presentation.3.) ¦(WAY OF SAYING/SHOWING)¦[U]the way in which something is said, offered, shown, or explained to otherspresentation of▪ desktop devices for the presentation of information▪ the presentation of evidence4.) ¦(PROOF)¦[U]when you show something to someone so that it can be checked or consideredpresentation of▪ the presentation of the identity documentson presentation of sth▪ Club members will be admitted on presentation of their membership cards.5.) ¦(PERFORMANCE)¦the act of performing a playpresentation of▪ I went to see the National Theatre's presentation of Arthur Miller's 'The Last Yankee'.6.) ¦(BABY)¦ [U and C]medical the position in which a baby is lying in its mother's body just before it is born▪ a breech presentation7.) presentation copya book that is given to someone, especially by the writer or ↑publisher>presentational adj
Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.