デモンストレーション, デモ, 実演, 証明, 証拠, 弁証, 発揮, 立証, 論証, 表明, エキジビション
Noun(1) a show or display; the act of presenting something to sight or view(2) a show of military force or preparedness(3) a public display of group feelings (usually of a political nature(4) proof by a process of argument or a series of proposition proving an asserted conclusion(5) a visual presentation showing how something works
(1) This project is a demonstration that this prejudice is not justified.(2) a microwave cooking demonstration(3) Lawson-Remer says, ├ö├ç├┐This is such a demonstration that the consensus is not what they say it is.├ö├ç├û(4) In its strongest form it demands a list of observable consequences and a formal demonstration that they are indeed consequences of the proposition claimed.(5) It was an excellent sum for the third world and a sincere demonstration that the people of Manorhamilton have a burning desire to alleviate the poverty that exists in less well off lands.(6) acts of faith are not capable of mathematical demonstration(7) In other words, Hume believed that any justified application of the inductive inference presupposes a demonstration that the conclusion is true.(8) Ideally, that's what a gift is all about - a demonstration of affection that shows you are aware of a person's desires.(9) There is a demonstration that's been going on since midnight last night.(10) Caregivers may use food as a demonstration of affection or as a reward.(11) Then we watched a video that had been taken on a flight demonstration .(12) We're not entirely convinced that this demonstration proves much beyond how taking the wheels off a car will seriously impact its - 60 time, but the pictures were very colourful.(13) An American living in Egypt who was teaching out in the provinces in a major city told me about recently witnessing a student demonstration that included a skit.(14) No matter that their little demonstration of affection had defrauded a couple out of their home, disappointed two rival suitors and left members of their family in debt.(15) Individuality and distinctiveness, the demonstration that more is possible than we had imagined before, are values not only of art but of life.(16) What seems called for next is an experimental demonstration that the implied interaction actually exists.
(1) protest demonstration :: 抗議デモ
1. proof ::
2. exhibition ::
3. manifestation ::
4. protest ::
5. monstrance ::
6. demo ::
7. presentment ::
Different Formsdemonstration, demonstrations
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