an (art) exhibit: une œuvre (d'art) ; une exposition (d'art)
Note that an "exhibit" in British English only ever refers to a piece of art being exhibited, and never to an "exhibition".
to exhibit: exposer
- "WHAT: A BRAND NEW EXHIBIT OF ORIGINAL ARTWORK BY PHILIP B."
- "This exhibit looks pretty popular though."
- "The exhibit was boring?"
- "Everyone is invited to exhibit their dodgeball skills at a special training session."
- "The museum staff hopes to discourage criminals from attending the exhibit, and wishes to prevent them from even approaching the venue."
- "There's an exhibit at the Louvre on Neo-Classical Anti-Renaissance Post-Modernism. Oh and then we can go and have some ice cream, it'll be fascinating!"
- "Any good films, plays, operas, musicals, concerts, art exhibits, or best-selling books to recommend?"
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