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dem·on·stra·tor

 (dĕm′ən-strā′tər)
n.
1. One that demonstrates, such as a participant in a public display of opinion.
2. An article or product used in a demonstration.

demonstrator

(ˈdɛmənˌstreɪtə)
n
1. (Professions) a person who demonstrates equipment, machines, products, etc
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who takes part in a public demonstration
3. (Commerce) a piece of merchandise, such as a car that one test-drives, used to display merits or performance to prospective buyers

dem•on•stra•tor

(ˈdɛm ənˌstreɪ tər)

n.
1. a person or thing that demonstrates.
2. a person who takes part in a public demonstration, as by marching or picketing.
3. a person who explains or teaches by practical demonstrations.
4. a person who exhibits the use and application of (a product) to a prospective customer.
5. the product actually used in demonstrations to prospective customers.
[1605–15; < Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.demonstrator - a teacher or teacher's assistant who demonstrates the principles that are being taught
instructor, teacher - a person whose occupation is teaching
2.demonstrator - someone who demonstrates an article to a prospective buyer
sales rep, sales representative, salesperson - a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)
3.demonstrator - someone who participates in a public display of group feeling
counterdemonstrator - someone who demonstrates in opposition to another demonstration
picket - a protester posted by a labor organization outside a place of work
crusader, meliorist, reformer, reformist, social reformer - a disputant who advocates reform

demonstrator

noun protester, rebel, dissident, dissenter, agitator, protest marcher Police tried to break up a crowd of demonstrators.
Translations
مَتَظاهِرمُتَظاهِرمُعيد، مُعَلِّم مُساعِد
demonstrantdemonstrátor
demonstranthjælpelærerassistent
esittelijä
demonstrator
tanársegédtüntetõ
mótmælandisÿnikennari
デモンストレーター
증명자
demonštrantdemonštrátor
demonstrantprotestnik
demonstrant
ผู้ประท้วง
göstericiuygulama öğretmeni
người thao diễn

demonstrator

[ˈdemənstreɪtəʳ] N (Pol) → manifestante mf (Univ etc) → ayudante mf, auxiliar mf; (in shop) → demostrador(a) m/f

demonstrator

[ˈdɛmənstreɪtər] n
(political)manifestant(e) m/f
(= sales person) → démonstrateur/trice m/f
(in lab)préparateur/trice m/f

demonstrator

n
(Comm) → Vorführer(in) m(f)(von technischen Geräten), Propagandist(in) m(f); (Sch, Univ) → Demonstrator m
(Pol) → Demonstrant(in) m(f)

demonstrator

[ˈdɛmənstreɪtəʳ] n (Pol) → dimostrante m/f (Comm) (sales person) → dimostratore/trice (000) (Am) (car, computer) → modello per dimostrazione

demonstrate

(ˈdemənstreit) verb
1. to show clearly. This demonstrates his ignorance of the situation.
2. to show how something works or is done. He demonstrated how the new vacuum cleaner worked.
3. to express an opinion (usually political) by marching, showing banners etc in public. A crowd collected to demonstrate against the new taxes.
ˌdemonˈstration noun
1. a display or exhibition (of how something works etc). I'd like a demonstration of this dishwasher.
2. (also ˈdemo (ˈdemou) plural ˈdemos) a public expression of opinion by holding meetings and processions, showing placards etc.
ˈdemonstrator noun
1. a person who takes part in a public demonstration.
2. a teacher or assistant who helps students with practical work.
demonstrative adjective, pronoun any one of the words this, *that, *these or those

demonstrator

مُتَظاهِر demonstrant demonstrant Vorführer διαδηλωτής demostrador, manifestante esittelijä manifestant demonstrator manifestante デモンストレーター 증명자 demonstrant demonstrant demonstrator demonstrador, manifestante демонстрант demonstrant ผู้ประท้วง gösterici người thao diễn 示威者
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In both capacities Fettes enjoyed and deserved his notice, and by the second year of his attendance he held the half-regular position of second demonstrator or sub- assistant in his class.
To Richardson in particular he extended the most valuable assistance and advice, and that student, encouraged by the praise of the demonstrator, burned high with ambitious hopes, and saw the medal already in his grasp.
And leaning over the sculptures with the fascinated air of a demonstrator of living phenomena: "Do you not think, for instance, that yon metamorphosis in bas-relief is executed with much adroitness, delicacy and patience?
His title to that designation consisted in his having been once assistant demonstrator in chemistry at some technical institute.
The whole central traffic of London was held up, and many collisions were reported between the demonstrators upon the one side and the police and taxi-cabmen upon the other.
There was a certain amount of conversation over the dissecting-table, partly about the work, partly about the prospects of the football season, the demonstrators, and the lectures.
She is conducted by the more sympathetic demonstrators back to her plinth, where she resumes her seat and struggles with her emotion].
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A policeman and a demonstrator died Sunday in clashes in the village of Labouss, in the southern province of Lahj, while another demonstrator was injured in similar confrontations in the neighbouring village of al-Eind, witnesses said, according to AFP.
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But Sandra Gee, 60, a demonstrator from Southport, said it would not be the same as working for Tupperware.