From Old French presentation (French présentation), from Latin praesentātiōnem, accusative singular of praesentātiō (“representation, exhibition”).
presentation (countable and uncountable, plural presentations)
- The act of presenting, or something presented
- Prayers are sometimes a presentation of mere desires.
- A dramatic performance
- An award given to someone on a special occasion
- Money given as a wedding gift.
- A lecture or speech given in front of an audience
- (medicine) The symptoms and other possible indications of disease, trauma, etc., that are exhibited by a patient who has sought, or has otherwise come to, the attention of a physician, e.g., "Thirty-four-year-old male presented in the emergency room with slight fever, dilated pupils, and marked disorientation."
- (medicine) The position of the foetus in the uterus at birth
- (fencing) Offering one's blade for engagement by the opponent
- (mathematics) The specification of a group by generators and relators.
- The act or right of offering a clergyman to the bishop or ordinary for institution in a benefice.
- If the bishop admits the patron's presentation, the clerk so admitted is next to be instituted by him.
- (immunology) The preparation of antigen fragments during the immune response
presenting to an audience
- Arabic: إِهْدَاء m (ʾihdāʾ), مَنْح m (manḥ)
- Armenian: ներկայացում (hy) (nerkayacʿum)
- Mandarin: 顯示 (zh), 显示 (zh) (xiǎnshì), 介紹 (zh), 介绍 (zh) (jièshào), 簡報 (zh), 简报 (zh) (jiǎnbào)
- Czech: prezentace
- Dutch: presentatie (nl) f, or less accurately voorstelling (nl) f, voordracht (nl)
- Finnish: esitys (fi), esitelmä
- French: exposé (fr) m, présentation (fr) f, conférence (fr) f
- German: Vortrag (de) m, Präsentation (de) f, Vorstellung (de) f
- Hungarian: bemutató (hu)
- Icelandic: afhending
- Irish: láithreoireacht f
presentation f (oblique plural presentations, nominative singular presentation, nominative plural presentations)
- presentation (act of presenting something or someone)
- presentation (demonstration)
- a presentation