[ UK /dɪmˈɑːkeɪt/ ]
- separate clearly, as if by boundaries
- set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something
How To Use demarcate In A Sentence
- The arrowheads demarcate the two antibody positive bands with estimated M r of 43 and 45K.
- The solid line demarcates the boundary between rolling adhesion and firm adhesion at a standard set of conditions.
- Parking spaces are demarcated by white lines.
- Yet we have a variety of Krishna scenes—here he tackles a demon serpent, there he fights a demon crane, and in a grouping demarcated by darker walls he romances milkmaids, multiplying himself to dance with each individually. From Stillness, Cosmic Action
- And so on the City College campus a vague and indistinctly demarcated intellectual struggle assumed, amazingly, the form of melodrama.
- In most parts of the world the vineyard is a well-defined entity, generally well demarcated by the borders of the straight rows.
- The tumor was located in the pineal gland and was well demarcated from the surrounding brain tissue, especially from the cerebellum.
- The strength of the working class emerges the more it politically differentiates, separates and demarcates itself from the policies and programs of the bourgeoisie.
- For example, white banners demarcate each section and unify the various rooms and floors.
- To this end Moscow demarcated new political boundaries, entitling each ethnic group to a nation of its own.