verb (used with object), demonstrated, demonstrating.
to make evident or establish by arguments or reasoning; prove:
to demonstrate a philosophical principle.
to describe, explain, or illustrate by examples, specimens, experiments, or the like:
to demonstrate the force of gravity by dropping an object.
to manifest or exhibit; show:
He demonstrated his courage by his actions in battle.
to display openly or publicly, as feelings:
to demonstrate one’s anger by slamming a door.
to exhibit the operation or use of (a device, process, product, or the like), usually to a purchaser or prospect:
to demonstrate an automobile.
verb (used without object), demonstrated, demonstrating.
to make, give, or take part in, a demonstration:
The pickets required a license to demonstrate.
Military. to attack or make a show of force to deceive an enemy.
(transitive) to show, manifest, or prove, esp by reasoning, evidence, etc: it is easy to demonstrate the truth of this proposition
(transitive) to evince; reveal the existence of: the scheme later demonstrated a fatal flaw
(transitive) to explain or illustrate by experiment, example, etc
(transitive) to display, operate, and explain the workings of (a machine, product, etc)
(intransitive) to manifest support, protest, etc, by public parades or rallies
(intransitive) to be employed as a demonstrator of machinery, etc
(intransitive) (military) to make a show of force, esp in order to deceive one’s enemy
- Red cod
noun 1. a deep-sea fish, Physiculus bachus, of Australia and New Zealand, with a grey-and-pink body that turns red when it is removed from water
noun 1. (especially during the American Revolution) a British soldier. noun 1. (formerly) a British soldier
- Red emperor
noun 1. (Austral) a brightly-coloured marine food fish, Lutjanus sebae, of the Great Barrier Reef
noun 1. an act of redeeming or atoning for a fault or mistake, or the state of being redeemed. 2. deliverance; rescue. 3. Theology. deliverance from sin; salvation. 4. atonement for guilt. 5. repurchase, as of something sold. 6. paying off, as of a mortgage, bond, or note. 7. recovery by payment, as of something […]