demark

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Etymology[edit]

From French démarquer, from New Latin *demarcare(to mark off, set the bounds of, bound), from Latin de(off) + Medieval Latin marcare(to mark), from marca(bound, mark, march); see mark, march.

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demark ‎(third-person singular simple present demarks, present participle demarking, simple past and past participle demarked)

  1. (transitive) To demarcate.

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