Übersetzung von “demonstrate” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch


verb demonstrate /ˈdɛmənˌstreɪt/
transitive-intransitive to show sb how to do sth or how sth works
faire la démonstration de , expliquer

He demonstrated how to operate it.
Il en a expliqué le fonctionnement.

to demonstrate the procedure
expliquer la procédure

Let me demonstrate for you.
Laisse-moi t'expliquer.
transitive =prove; to show evidence of sth
prouver , démontrer

We can demonstrate that he was alive after the crash.
Nous pouvons prouver qu'il était en vie après l'accident.

That demonstrates why she can't be trusted.
Cela fournit la preuve qu'on ne peut pas lui faire confiance.
intransitive to gather as a group and walk in the streets to protest or support sth

Thousands crowded the streets to demonstrate against the war.
Des milliers de personnes envahirent les rues pour manifester contre la guerre.

(Übersetzung von “demonstrate” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)


verb /ˈdemənstreit/

to show clearly

This demonstrates his ignorance of the situation.

to show how something works or is done

faire une démonstration de
He demonstrated how the new vacuum cleaner worked.

to express an opinion (usually political) by marching, showing banners etc in public

A crowd collected to demonstrate against the new taxes.
demonstration noun

a display or exhibition (of how something works etc)

We were given a demonstration of how to use the new photocopier.

(also demo /ˈdemou/ – plural demos) a public expression of opinion by holding meetings and processions, showing placards etc.

The students have organized a demonstration against the education cuts.
demonstrator noun

a person who takes part in a public demonstration.

The demonstrators were chanting slogans against the government.

a teacher or assistant who helps students with practical work.

demonstrative adjective, pronoun (also this, *that, *these, those)

adjectif/pronom démonstratif

(Übersetzung von “demonstrate” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)