Traducción de demonstrator en español:


manifestante, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛmənˌstreɪdər/ /ˈdɛmənstreɪtə/

Ver definición en español de manifestante


  • 1

    manifestante masculino, femenino
    • Social unrest was exploding as anti-war protestors and civil rights demonstrators used the public stage to express their views.
    • The small crowd of about 1,000 demonstrators was obliged to march three kilometres from a neighbouring train station.
    • Hundreds of demonstrators marched in the center of the city today to protest his visit.
    • The protests turned into riots at several places when demonstrators destroyed public property.
    • But a handful of anti-hunt demonstrators, who peacefully protested amidst crowds of supporters, disagreed.
    • The two leaders had earlier led a march of hundreds of demonstrators in defiance of a government ban on protest rallies or gatherings of more than four people.
    • ‘The government must respond positively to the sugar community's aspirations,’ he said in a meeting with the demonstrators.
    • Beyond the street protests, student demonstrators have also paralysed 16 universities and disrupted 35 others, the education ministry said.
    • With only a couple of hundred demonstrators, the protest nonetheless attracted local and, more significantly, international attention.
    • But have you ever sympathised with road protesters, anti-nuclear demonstrators or those who tear up genetically modified crops?
    • The space around Mahatma Gandhi Statue is already known for protest demonstrators and more such spots can be located in other areas for this purpose.
    • The mood of the time hardly supported the protest: the demonstrators were ridiculed; the innocence of the competition defended.
    • Earlier, a march by around 250,000 demonstrators had passed off peacefully but one large group set fire to government buildings.
    • He added that Saturday's protest would include elderly demonstrators who have never taken to the streets before but were incensed by the plans.
    • In Yorkshire, protests arranged by demonstrators communicating by email and websites caused rush-hour traffic jams.
    • During Monday's protests, some demonstrators broke into the legislature and shattered windows.
    • Police had to direct traffic away from Rastrick Common yesterday after demonstrators parked cars along the roadside to highlight potential traffic difficulties at the psychiatric unit.
    • He vowed to investigate the incident, possibly turning over demonstrators to the district attorney for criminal prosecution.
    • This time, the square was packed with at least 10,000 pro-hunting demonstrators when she finally arrived, shortly before noon.
    • They tried to organize a similar protest a couple of weeks ago, and only produced 10,000 demonstrators.
  • 2

    demostrador masculino
    demostradora femenino
    • The company expects to start first test flights on a demonstrator by the end of 2003.
    • The team at the University of Strathclyde have proved this mathematically, and we've now built a demonstrator to test it practically.
    • Following the successful completion of the demonstrator tests, the system entered full-scale development and pre-production.
    • The demonstrator engine test lasted 4.9 seconds.
    • This is a space flight demonstrator designed to test technologies required for them to locate and rendezvous with the Station.
    • The development programme includes the building and testing of a number of major Puma subsystem demonstrators.
    • The control fish were tested as described above except the demonstrator shoal remained in the central portion of their half of the tank for the 3-min demonstration period.
    • By the end of the year, the two demonstrator platforms shall be ready for commencement of contractor testing.
    • The company began development of the gas-generator demonstrator in 1999, and it was due to begin tests by the end of last month.
    • I knew it was an ordinary car straight away because even though it had been carefully prepared as a press demonstrator, it arrived at my house with one headlamp not working and a driver's seat backrest that wouldn't lock.
    • Premier dealers must always have demonstrators of both models available and Laguna Sport Touring courtesy cars.
    • With snow not normally found at this time of year, even in the nearby Peak District, the demonstrators took to trampolines to give a display of their skills.
    • The wide-ranging project will allow visitors to try their hands at age-old country crafts with the help of trained demonstrators.
    • The speeches at the Placa de Tetuan were repeated four times as demonstrators continued to arrive.
    • The election was marred by violence following a clash between demonstrators and police officers.
    • In Drawing, Baker is an artist, mother, daughter, wife, demonstrator, performer.
    • The student-led demonstrators blockaded government offices and effectively shut down most of the capital, with no bus services operating.
    • At first, ask more experienced swimmers to perform the skill (the closer the demonstrator is to the age of the novice, the better.
    • To help do this effectively, have veteran staff help as mentors, tour guides, demonstrators, and controlled procedure interpreters.
    • An international demonstrator, teacher and writer, her articles have appeared in popular media and astrological publications around the world.
  • 3Britanico

    ayudante del profesor masculino, femenino
    asistente del profesor masculino, femenino
    profesor de prácticas masculino
    profesora de prácticas femenino
    • Peer teachers in the second year of the laboratory sequence act as demonstrators, coaches and evaluators.
    • She had previously taught in secondary schools and as a demonstrator at the university.
    • Up to 100 council staff left their desks to join school students and other demonstrators disrupting rush hour traffic in Bradford and York.
    • After graduating, Waller was a physics demonstrator at the London School of Medicine for Women (now the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine).
    • Joe was a demonstrator of basketmaking at the time and he taught me.
    • At the end of a course an examination was held and if a certain standard was reached one was awarded a Brannra or Badge and those who wished to continue did further classes, with many attaining demonstrator and teacher standard.
    • He was appointed a demonstrator in zoology at Cambridge in 1882, becoming a fellow of St John's College and a university lecturer in invertebrate morphology in 1884.
    • Harker began life at Cambridge reading physics, but soon transferred his affections to geology and was appointed a demonstrator at the Sedgwick Museum in 1884.
    • The removal of the demonstrators controls for any antipredator benefits that could be gained by associating with the larger demonstrator group.
    • Qualified AOIFA teacher and demonstrator Marie O'Leary offers a series of courses from the beautifully restored stone cottage in the heart of the Carlow countryside.
    • I am honored to be attending the Expo this year as an instructor and demonstrator.
    • 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.
    • After a short time in this employment, Guthrie offered him employment as a demonstrator in physics.
    • He started work under J.J. Thomson, the discoverer of the electron, before becoming an assistant demonstrator of physics.