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A showpiece is:
- An accomplishment which is worthy of display and admiration:
- An outstanding example of a type:
- A performance or composition which provides an opportunity for the display of a particular skill:
- A work of art or theatrical production presented for exhibition:
- In the satiric sense, a showpiece is a charade, a mockery, an empty or absurd pretense.
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