|shove it [B]
||put it away, stick it up your ass, stuff it
||If that dental plan pays only half the cost, they can shove it.
||brag, boast, showboat
||"Did you see Eric scale the stairs on his rollerblades in front of
everybody? He loves to show off."
||one who displays, showboat
||Ron is the show-off in our class. He's always advertising himself.
||show some of your ability, show that you will develop
||Len shows promise as a teacher. He is patient and articulate.
||attend, go to class or work
||Vi shows up every week for her lesson. She's always on time.
|show you around
||show you where things are, guide you
||When we get to the ranch, follow me. I'll show you around.
|show you the ropes
||teach you the first steps, learn the ropes
||It is my duty to take you to the plant and show you the ropes.
|show you up
||be better than you, cause you to look inferior
||If you play tennis with Martina, she'll show you up. She's good!
|show your stuff
||do your best, show what you can do
||When it's your turn to dance, show your stuff. Impress them!
||a person who displays, a show-off
||The peacock is one of nature's showboats - he's magnificent!