Bedeutung von “demonstrate” — Learner’s Dictionary

demonstrate

verb us uk /ˈdemənstreɪt/
The women are still friends as yesterday's visit demonstrates.This accident demonstrates how important it is to wear seatbelts in cars.The study demonstrates that having a glass of red wine is good for you.This clearly demonstrates what can happen if care isn't taken.He was eager to demonstrate how wonderful the scheme was.
PROVE [ T ]

B2 to show or prove that something exists or is true:

[ + that ] The survey clearly demonstrates that tourism can have positive benefits.
These problems demonstrate the importance of planning.
SHOW HOW [ T ]

to show someone how to do something, or how something works:

She demonstrated how to use the new software.
EXPRESS [ T ]

to express or show that you have a feeling, quality, or ability:

He has demonstrated a genuine interest in the project.
MARCH [ I ]

B2 to march or stand with a group of people to show that you disagree with or support someone or something:

Thousands of people gathered to demonstrate against the new proposals.

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