demonstrate (something) to (one)

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demonstrate (something) to (one)

To show someone how something functions or how to operate it. My boss wants me to demonstrate the software to her.
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demonstrate something to someone

to show someone how something works. Would you please demonstrate this DVD player to me? I may want to buy it. The new products were demonstrated to the board of directors in advance.
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It's up to the airplane to demonstrate to us it's capable of performing on takeoff.
Jim Goodhead, group supply chain director at Imtech UK, said, "Leasedrive Group was able to demonstrate to us through financial cost modelling that it could achieve savings and efficiencies across all of our vehicle rentals."
It draws to a close tonight, as it continues to chart the work of the men and women who clean up after the nation - and demonstrate to us viewers at home the surprising aspects to what, for many, is a rather unenviable task.
Big Lottery Fund chief executive Peter Wanless said: "BIG has PS15m available to the organisations who can demonstrate to us how they will use the cash to turn the disconnected and disinterested into confident users of online services.
We are not in a hurry with him, he's got plenty of time to demonstrate to us what he can do."
The refineries' low dividend payouts in 2009, which came after generous payments by Bashneft in the same period, demonstrate to us that the latter has become the profit centre of Sistema's Bashkirian assets.
The court order will mean the owner will not be allowed to re-open his premises until he can demonstrate to us that his premises are pest free, clean and hygienic".
ETC will periodically run articles about some of this work to demonstrate to us general semanticists that others are thinking in somewhat similar ways and to illustrate to those unaware of general semantics that this is a multi-faceted evaluation system that can be applied to many fields in contemporary life.
Instead He is understood to give us "an incarnate example of perfect divine altruism" to demonstrate to us how we may through human effort alone, and simply by copying Him, "transcend our original selfishness, and even the limited, self-interested sort of altruism that evolution can create" (ref.26).
On the contrary, Burnham demonstrates, using musical examples from Haydn and Beethoven, sonata form can be much less than a psychodrama with a single desired outcome; it can demonstrate to us another basic rhythm of life, eternal renewal.
"We chose Ericsson because they were able to demonstrate to us that they could not only deliver cutting-edge technology, but also a full range of systems integration skills," says George Makowski, vice president of marketing for Netia.
Dirty Britain ITV Wales, 9pm This two-part series draws to a close tonight, as it continues to chart the work of the men and women who clean up after the nation - and demonstrate to us viewers at home the surprising aspects to what, for many, is a rather unenviable task.
President Obama needs to demonstrate to US voters and backers he is taking the lead in the global crisis.