noun, plural dem·os.
verb (used with object), dem·oed, dem·o·ing.
- demob suit,
Origin of demo
noun, plural Dem·os. Informal.
Origin of Demo
Origin of demo-
Examples from the Web for demo
In any case, that the American demo teams failed at Omaha because of heavy casualties is a fact.Blood in the Sand: When James Jones Wrote a Grunt’s View of D-Day|James Jones|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Its premiere episode attracted 2.2 million viewers and 1.6 demo in the coveted 18-49 age demographic.
It was a slight dip in the demo or a slight dip in the total audience.
I played that demo for them on my phone and they laughed out loud.‘Phineas and Ferb’ Pilot Disney’s Premier Voyage into ‘Star Wars’|Jason Lynch|July 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We run chromexperiments.com, we create a lot of demo hacks, art projects, and other things.Hanging Out With the Minds Behind Google Doodles and Chrome Experiments|Douglas Wolk|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On the other side the rock rises sheer and steep, and in it is hollowed out a semi-circular cistern called the Demo.A Spring Walk in Provence|Archibald Marshall
This word comes from the Abracadabra: "demo," lungs; "crazy," to rule; hence, to rule by caloric.The Roycroft Dictionary|Elbert Hubbard
Debra finished up and stepped off the stage to a polite round of applause, and they started the demo.Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom|Cory Doctorow
noun plural -os informal
before a vowel dem-
Word Origin for demo-
short for demonstration (tape, disc, etc.). Music recording given out for promotional purposes, 1963. The word was used earlier to mean "a public political demonstration" (1936).