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[はっ()·()]
hakki
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 発揮

noun, suru verb
  1. exhibition; demonstration; show; display; manifestation

Definition and Synonyms for 発揮

Exhibition the act of exhibiting
Synonyms: 呈示, 発揮
Exercise put to use
Synonyms: 振るう, 発揮
Show make visible or noticeable
Synonyms: 供覧, 呈す, 呈する, 現す, 発揮, 示す, 表す, 表する, 表示, 見す, 見せる, 顕示
Exhibit to show, make visible or apparent
Synonyms: ひけらかす, ディスプレイ, 供覧, さらけ出す, むき出す, 出品, 出展, 出陳, 呈す, 呈する, 展示, 展覧, 展観, 提示, 晒す, 現す, 発揮, 示す, 表す, 表示, 見す, 見せる, 見せびらかす, 見せ付ける, 誇示, 開示, 陳列, 露出, 露呈
Wield have and exercise
Synonyms: 振るう, 発揮
Exhibit show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill
Synonyms: 発揮, 示す

Meanings for each kanji in 発揮

discharge; departure; publish; emit; start from; disclose; counter for gunshots Kanji Details »
brandish; wave; wag; swing; shake Kanji Details »

Categories 発揮 is a member of

Demonstration a show or display
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Employ put into service
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Show make visible or noticeable
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Hold have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense
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Possess have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill
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Sample Sentences for 発揮

"A fish out of water" is a metaphor for being unable to use your talents due to a change of environment.
He showed great skill at baseball.
She really showed her stuff in the English speech contest.
When we write a novel, we exercise our imagination.
He did justice to his talent.

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