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Definition of "demarche" [demarche]

  • Alternative spelling of démarche. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "demarche" in a sentence
  • ""The family is wealthy and powerful and the president does not seem to want to hand him in," said Ms Gibb, who last week presented a "demarche" - a formal diplomatic statement"
  • "While welcoming the announcement with respect to humpback whales, Australia last night led a formal diplomatic protest - known as a demarche - in Tokyo to mark the start of Japan's 2007-08 whaling season."
  • "It has led the State Department to indicate that it would lodge a protest in a formal letter -- called a demarche -- with Beijing."