Bedeutung von “demonstrate” im Essential American English Dictionary


verb 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.

(Definition von “demonstrate” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)