demarcated, past tense; demarcated, past participle; demarcates, 3rd person singular present; demarcating, present participle;
Set the boundaries or limits of
plots of land demarcated by barbed wire
Separate or distinguish from
art was being demarcated from the more objective science
separate clearly, as if by boundaries
set, mark, or draw the boundaries of something
(demarcation) limit: the boundary of a specific area
(demarcation) line: a conceptual separation or distinction; "there is a narrow line between sanity and insanity"
(demarcation) The act of marking off a boundary or setting a limit, notably by belligerents signing a treaty or ceasefire; A limit thus fixed, in full demarcation line; Any strictly defined separation
(Demarcation) Defines the point at which ownership or responsibility for operating and maintaining facilities passes from one party to another. It can be a discrete physical device such as a jack or a virtual location such as the main telephone room.
(Demarcation) The point between the wiring that comes in from your local telephone company and the wiring you install to hook up your telephone system to the point where the telco's responsibility to maintain or replace lines or equipment ends and a subscriber's begins. ...
(Demarcation) boundary is actually marked on the ground w/ wall, fence, posts,… (too expensive or impractical for most borders to be demarcated)
(Demarcation) in medical nanorobotics, a crude form of functional navigation in which artificial conditions detectable by in vivo medical nanorobots are created at or near the target treatment site, such as warm or cold spots, pressure spots, or injected chemical plumes.
(demarcation) An exclusive right that restricts a specific type of work to members of a particular union. In practice, it operates as a form of job protection.
To separate, or to indicate the interface between two areas.