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noun presentation pronunciation in British English /ˌprez(ə)nˈteɪʃ(ə)n/
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singularpresentation
pluralpresentations
  1. 1
    [uncountable] the way in which something is shown, arranged, explained etc

    Using a computer helped with the spelling and presentation of his school work.

    The style of presentation is very important in a museum.

    1. a.
      [only before noun] used for showing something in an attractive way

      a presentation folder

  2. 3
    [countable] a formal talk in which you describe or explain something to a group of people
    make/give a presentation (on something):

    I’m going to ask you each to make a very short presentation.

  3. 4
    [countable/uncountable] the process of offering something for people to consider or judge

    Last night the prosecution team ended their presentation of the case against him.

  4. 5
    [uncountable] the process of showing something such as a passport to someone in an official position so that they can check it

    On presentation of a valid ticket, passengers may claim a free drink.

  5. 6
    [countable] a performance of a play or other entertainment

    a two-hour presentation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic tale of love

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… a teaching method in which groups of children learn independently using a computer linked to the internet

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