Translation of demystify in Spanish:


desmitificar, v.

Pronunciation /diˈmɪstəˌfaɪ/ /diːˈmɪstɪfʌɪ/

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transitive verb demystifies, demystifying, demystified

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    • I have found that one way of breaking down taboos, is to demystify the subject and to make it more easy to remember.
    • The annual event sets out to demystify the subject by making it more accessible and enjoyable.
    • The aim is to demystify subjects and there is an emphasis on moving away from professional jargon and universal objectivity.
    • It's difficult to demystify my hidden practice of picking and choosing.
    • As a whole, these patterns of early modern thought help demystify subject positions that have frequently been perceived as either enigmatic or idiosyncratic.
    • Such musical notions as octaves, chords, scales, and keys can all be demystified and understood logically using simple mathematics.
    • In smart suit, immaculate blue shirt and plainish tie, Kinski attempts to demystify the complexities of the post-privatisation utility businesses.
    • I am not trying to minimize the importance of design any more than I am attempting to demystify the nature of scientific observation.
    • They will help users to navigate and access content across all platforms, with a wider remit of helping to demystify technology.
    • First, I will discuss the origin of my idea and how it works, then I will attempt to demystify the art of kernel module programming with a few short examples.
    • This kind of attempt to demystify intellectuals and artists by relating them to objective social processes is in itself neither misguided nor new.
    • As interest in fire walking has grown, he said, scientists have attempted to demystify the phenomenon and tease apart the allure of the ritual.
    • We'll attempt to demystify the whisper number and evaluate its importance to you as an individual investor.
    • In response to my attempts a few weeks ago to demystify the day-to-day movements in share prices, one reader has asked for a similar explanation of the foreign exchange markets.
    • Written with home users in mind, the book aims to demystify computer security and help users to enjoy and a safer and more enjoyable computing experience.
    • This book demystifies enterprise architecture and helps organisations recognise real business value through effective implementation.
    • He demystifies the equipment to help readers understand the fundamental principles of photography.
    • Actually, the job is so huge, the spotlight so hot, the weight of becoming part of history so heavy, that some candidates go through a mental process of demystifying the job, say those who have known presidents and presidential wannabes.
    • She is a rigorously skeptical and a profoundly visionary poet, a writer whose demystifying intelligence is matched by a passionate embrace of poetry's rejuvenating power.
    • The tears come because one suddenly realises that, in demystifying the belief systems in this inexorable process of enquiry, one's own vantage point is no less prone to attack.