Etymology
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showcase (n.)

also show-case, "glass case for exhibiting small or delicate valuable things," 1835; see show (v.) + case (n.2). In the extended sense of "place or medium for presenting (something, someone) favorably to an audience," it is attested by 1937. The verb is recorded by 1945. Related: Showcased; showcasing.

updated on September 03, 2022

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