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A demag is a type of crane that is widely used in the construction industry. It is known for its versatile design and ability to lift and move heavy loads with precision.

Example sentences:

  1. The construction crew used a demag to lift the steel beams into place.
  2. With the help of a demag, the workers were able to complete the project ahead of schedule.


As a verb, to demag means to demagnetize or remove the magnetism from an object or material. This process is often done to reset or clear magnetic data storage devices.

Example sentences:

  1. The technician used a demag tool to demagnetize the old hard drive before disposal.
  2. I accidentally demagged my credit card by placing it too close to a strong magnet.


When used as an adjective, demag refers to something or someone who is associated with or characteristic of demagoguery, which is the practice of appealing to people's emotions and prejudices rather than using rational arguments.

Example sentences:

  1. The demag politician made empty promises to gain the support of the crowd.
  2. Her speech was filled with demag rhetoric, but lacked substance.

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