Übersetzung von “demonstrate” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch


verb uk /ˈdem·ən·streɪt/ us /ˈdem·ənˌstreɪt/ present participle demonstrating, past tense and past participle demonstrated

to show someone how to do something

She demonstrated how to use the new software.

to show that something exists or is true

The experiment clearly demonstrates that there are positive benefits.

to walk or stand with a group of people to show that you have a strong opinion about something

Thousands of people gathered to demonstrate against the new proposals.

(Übersetzung von “demonstrate” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)


verb /ˈdemənstreit/

to show clearly

This demonstrates his ignorance of the situation.

to show how something works or is done

hacer una demostración 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

(linguistics ) any of the words this, that, these or those.


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