demystify in English
this book attempts to demystify technology
Use "demystify" in a sentence
1. This book aims to demystify medical treatments.
2. But financial scholars are beginning to demystify hedge funds.
3. We urge colleges and universities to demystify the selection process.
4. We are trying to demystify the workings of government.
5. Let's demystify the event by explaining what it is all about.
6. Other research elements involved analysis of Chinese government expenditure documents, aiming to demystify such spending.
7. This book attempts to demystify the male worlds of plumbing and carpentry.
8. The course seeks to demystify the loan application process for people buying a home for the first time.
9. We saw it as an opportunity to demystify the male worlds of plumbing, electricity and carpentry.
10. A key point is the need to raise public awareness and to demystify science and technology.
11. What I need is a book that will demystify the workings of a car engine for me.
12. The books demystify language teaching theory, and provide invaluable background knowledge which will extend professional skills.
13. 2 The course seeks to demystify the loan application process for people buying a home for the first time.
14. He promised to demystify the all-powerful presidency and make it more accountable to congress and the voter.
15. We want to demystify these common errors, and provide solutions that should help ordinary Linux users side-step the problem and get their machine back on track.
16. Nyx Devices is hoping to help the average person demystify their sleep cycle by wearing a 'smart' nightshirt that is embedded with electronics that measure a person's breathing.
17. However, they warned "this report should be taken with a pinch of salt" and that it is an exercise to "light-heartedly explain quantitative techniques and demystify the typical quant framework.
18. This includes continuing support for the leadership role played by the Canadian delegation in the development of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control—to ensure consistent controls on tobacco advertising worldwide—as well as the implementation of strong public education campaigns both at home and abroad to demystify advertising jargon and provide accurate information.