v. 举行示威游行（或集会）( demonstrate的过去式和过去分词 ); 示范。展示; 显示; 论证
To demonstrate a fact means to make it clear to people.
The study also demonstrated a direct link between obesity and mortality...
You have to demonstrate that you are reliable...
If you demonstrate a particular skill, quality, or feeling, you show by your actions that you have it.
Have they, for example, demonstrated a commitment to democracy?...
The government's going to great lengths to demonstrate its military might.
When people demonstrate, they march or gather somewhere to show their opposition to something or their support for something.
30,000 angry farmers demonstrated against possible cuts in subsidies...
In the cities vast crowds have been demonstrating for change...
If you demonstrate something, you show people how it works or how to do it.
The BBC has just successfully demonstrated a new digital radio transmission system...
He flew the prototype to West Raynham to demonstrate it to a group of senior officers...
1. having been demonstrated or verified beyond doubt
Over the years he's demonstrated a certain prescience in foreign affairs.
The BBC has just successfully demonstrated a new digital radio transmission system.
Catherine demonstrated the proper way to cleanse the face.
He has demonstrated a strong preference for being shod in running shoes.
This tangibly demonstrated that the world situation could be improved.