Translation of demarcate in Spanish:

demarcate

demarcar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈdimɑrˌkeɪt//ˈdiːmɑːkeɪt//diˈmɑrˌkeɪt/

transitive verb

formal

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    (area/frontier/limit) demarcar
    (concept) delimitar
    • The Third Republic demarcated the boundaries of the mutineers' political imagination.
    • This requires new ways of thinking about partition and division, re-negotiating the physical traces used to demarcate territorial boundaries.
    • Each member's plot is demarcated with either a fence or an uncultivated strip of land.
    • Those who died were buried in a separate plague cemetery in the grounds, in graves demarcated only by numbers.
    • The solid line demarcates the boundary between rolling adhesion and firm adhesion at a standard set of conditions.
    • Four towers, originally built to demarcate the boundaries of Bangalore, are now very much inside city limits.
    • The book is divided into ten parts with each part divided into clearly demarcated sub-sections allowing ready reference.
    • For later reference, the dentists were provided with a set of 6 color pictures of different types of demarcated enamel defects.
    • With the vast expansion of scientific knowledge in this century however, it's become clear that human populations are not unambiguous, clearly demarcated, biologically distinct groups.
    • The boundary between the epidermis and dermis is demarcated by a thin membrane and by complex structures which ensure tight anchorage of each to the other.
    • Solving the border dispute may be difficult, despite progress in recent years at demarcating the boundary, which straddles the Himalayan mountain range.
    • The other is inextricably connected to the realm of human existence and demarcates the ways in which human life differentiates itself from nature.
    • The first phase ran from 2000 to 2002 and entailed the establishment and stabilisation of municipalities along newly demarcated boundaries.
    • The Act did not only attempt to demarcate land that would be reserved for Africans.
    • To this end Moscow demarcated new political boundaries, entitling each ethnic group to a nation of its own.
    • Anthropology has always been a discipline of small communities, the investigation of local worlds demarcated by geographic as well as social boundaries.
    • Over time, the lines that demarcate different approaches have become more visible.
    • Ten percent of all the land is demarcated by the government for private ownership and most of that is located in the cities.
    • The traditional leaders are concerned that the newly demarcated municipal boundaries will infringe on their autonomy in traditional areas.
    • Each plot was numbered and boundaries clearly demarcated.
    • As we will show, edges represent intersections demarcated by different aspects of timing, dosage, and duration.
    • Both countries agreed to hold more talks on demarcating their sea boundaries as early as next month.
    • Sam said the markings demarcated the municipal boundaries and allowed the photographers to stitch the pictures together to complete the maps.
    • By defining criminal activity as deviation, his solutions demarcate knowledge as separate from violent power.
    • The strength of the working class emerges the more it politically differentiates, separates and demarcates itself from the policies and programs of the bourgeoisie.
    • Indian officials believe the British-administered Sindh and the Kutch state had signed an agreement in 1914 which had demarcated the boundary midway through Sir Creek.
    • Southern borders in Italy were demarcated grandly with boundary markers.
    • Each phase, though not distinctly demarcated from the others, produces its own set of specific markers.
    • The City of Johannesburg plans to reverse the urban sprawl by demarcating a fixed urban boundary, encouraging denser suburbs, and implementing zoning regulations more strictly.
    • By why not tape off or somehow demarcate a clear boundary as to where people who live here can stroll and stand and where they can't?
    • Therefore, we would like to demarcate our products by launching different product lines.
    • I will begin by demarcating briefly some of the differences.
    • She also layers her automatic drawings to varying degrees so you get what appears to be a virtual three dimensional space demarcated by different colours.
    • Here we present a noninvasive method for precisely demarcating the hormonally distinct phases of the menstrual cycle.
    • The troops are supposed to monitor the buffer zone while an international boundary commission demarcates the disputed 1 000 km.
    • The Government has demarcated plots to each family so that they become self - sufficient when they start growing their own food.
    • It seems to me that this very shift towards appraisal of the cultural past demarcates the newly emerging boundaries of contemporaneity.
    • Computerized instruments are advertised as tools that break down the barriers separating previously demarcated musical tasks.
    • Consuming the local also serves to demarcate and differentiate the ‘traveller’ from the ‘tourist’ who is mocked for seeing India through the window of a bus.