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-mōnstrō āvī, ātus, āre,

to point out, indicate, designate, show: figuram digito: ubi habitet (mihi) demonstrarier, T.: itinera: quid ubique esset: finīs, i. e. to deliver possession (of land): demonstrant astra salebras, Pr.—Fig., to designate, indicate, show, prove, demonstrate, establish: audisti quam villam demonstravit? T.: alterius peccata: istius cupiditatem: causā illis demonstratā: earum (navium) modum formamque, Cs.: sibi nihil esse reliqui, Cs.: culpam in te fuisse: quanta praedae faciendae facultas daretur, si, etc., Cs.: quā iste oratione usus esset: verba demonstrantia ea, quae, etc., expressing.—To mention, speak of, name, describe: cum essent in quibus demonstravi angustiis, Cs.: res, quam ante demonstravi: cum esset Caesar in hibernis, ita uti supra demonstravimus, Cs.: naves, de quibus supra demonstratum est, Cs.: quem missum in Hispaniam demonstratum est, Cs.: flumen, quod esse post castra demonstratum est, Cs.

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