- set the boundaries or limits of；separate or distinguish from
verb: demarcate, 3rd person present: demarcates, gerund or present participle: demarcating, past tense: demarcated, past participle: demarcated
- 1. set the boundaries or limits of:
plots of land demarcated by barbed wire
- 2. separate or distinguish from:
art was being demarcated from the more objective science
- v.set the boundaries or limits of:
- plots of land demarcated by barbed wire
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...precipice jointing has like layer upon layer the ancient tower each level clearly demarcated, therefore names for the Tashan. The Tashan approximately...