showcase ( showcases plural & 3rd person present) ( showcasing present participle) ( showcased past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A showcase is a glass container with valuable objects inside it, for example at an exhibition or in a museum.
2 n-count You use showcase to refer to a situation or setting in which something is displayed or presented to its best advantage.
The festival remains a valuable showcase for new talent.
3 verb If something is showcased, it is displayed or presented to its best advantage. (JOURNALISM) usu passive
Restored films are being showcased this month at a festival in Paris. be V-ed
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