1. To affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, asin an official capacity.
2. To establish or verify the usage of.
3. To provide evidence for; stand as proof of; SYN. certify, manifest, demonstrate, evidence.
To find or declare guilty.
1. To overcome by argument; to force to yield assent to truth; to satisfy by proof.
2. To overpower; to overcome; to subdue or master.
3. To confute; to prove the fallacy of.
ETYM Latin demonstratus, p. p. of demonstrare to demonstrate; de- + monstrare to show. Related to Monster.
1. To give a demonstration of; SYN. show.
2. To march in protest; take part in a demonstration; SYN. march.
Appeal a lawsuit; justify a lawsuit; deploy military troops
1. To record in detail.
2. To support with evidence.
In computing, data associated with a particular application. For example, a text document might be produced by a word processor and a graphics document might be produced with a CAD package. An OMR or OCR document is a paper document containing data that can be directly input to the computer using a document reader.
1. To set up or found; SYN. set up, found, launch.
2. To set up or lay the groundwork for; SYN. found, plant, constitute, institute.
3. To use as a basis for; found on; SYN. base, ground, found.
4. To bring about; SYN. give.
To offer evidence of; prove, evince
To show in a clear manner; to prove beyond any reasonable doubt; to manifest; to make evident; to bring to light; to evidence.
1. To be shown or be found to be; SYN. demonstrate, establish, show, shew.
3. To obtain probate of, as of a will.
4. To prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof.
5. To take a trial impression of.
1. To give an account or statement of
2. To start out on a journey
3. To state; SYN. exposit.
1. To declare or make legally valid; SYN. formalize.
2. To give evidence for; SYN. corroborate.
3. To make valid or confirm the validity of, as of a document.
4. To prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something.