Definition of 'demonstrate'
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Sister Mary Eustasia, eager to demonstrate her readiness with the taboo topic of sex, for once had missed the point. INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)You merely demonstrate that you are an excellent judge of character. TREASON KEEP (2002)Every year she looked forward to the fabrics fair in Paris because it was an opportunity to demonstrate her importance. YELLOW BIRD (2002)
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Translations for 'demonstrate'
British English: demonstrate /ˈdɛmənˌstreɪt/ VERB
To demonstrate a fact or theory means to make it clear to people.
You have to demonstrate that you are reliable.
- American English: demonstrate
- Arabic: يُبَرْهِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: demonstrar
- Chinese: 演示
- Croatian: pokazati
- Czech: předvádět ukázat
- Danish: demonstrere
- Dutch: aantonen
- European Spanish: demostrar
- Finnish: osoittaa havainnollisesti / osoittaa mieltään
- French: démontrer
- German: demonstrieren
- Greek: αποδεικνύω
- Italian: dimostrare
- Japanese: 立証する
- Korean: 증명하다
- Norwegian: demonstrere
- Polish: zademonstrować
- European Portuguese: demonstrar
- Romanian: a demonstra
- Russian: наглядно показать
- Spanish: demostrar
- Swedish: visa
- Thai: แสดงให้เห็น
- Turkish: bulgularla kanıtlamak
- Ukrainian: демонструвати
- Vietnamese: sự thể hiện, sự chứng minh
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