Definitions of "exhibit"
  1. The action of submitting documents or objects to a court official during legal proceedings
  2. The act of displaying or showing something to be viewed openly
  3. An item, usually a document, that has been produced in court as evidence in a case
  4. A document or material that is linked to a written piece like a brief, by means of an identifying mark like a number or a letter
  5. Any item or thing that is displayed or shown
  6. The process or event wherein something is displayed or shown
How to use "exhibit" in a sentence
  1. The defense attorney needed to exhibit additional documents to support the client’s argument.
  2. The attorney plans to exhibit the contract that proves the agreement between the two parties.
  3. The photographic evidence was deemed as a crucial exhibit in the fraud case.

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