presentation(plural presentations) noun
1.act of presenting something: an act of presenting something or the state of being presented
2.way something appears when offered: the manner in which something is shown, expressed, or laid out for other people to see • Presentation is an important part of the chef’s job.
3.prepared report read before audience: a formal talk made to a group of people, for example on somebody’s recent work or some aspect of business, often with handouts, diagrams, or other visual aids • He gave a presentation on modern irrigation methods.
4.prepared performance for audience: a performance, exhibition, or demonstration put on before an audience
5.formal handing-over of gift: the action of presenting somebody with an award or a token of appreciation in front of other people, or an occasion when this is done • the presentation of the trophy
6.MEDICINE part of baby appearing first: the part of a baby that appears first at birth, normally the crown of the head • a breech presentation
7.somebody’s introduction into special social group: an occasion when somebody is first presented at court or into society, or the official or recognized process of first presenting somebody in this way
8.CHRISTIANITY act of nominating clergy member: the act or power of nominating a member of the clergy to a particular paid office in a church
9.object of perception: something that is perceived, remembered, or acquired as knowledge