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amend

Pronunciation: /əˈmend/

Translation of amend in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 1.1 [manuscript/text] corregir*to amend sth to sth amend 'thin' to 'then' pon 'then' en lugar de 'thin' 1.2 [constitution/legislation] enmendar*
    Example sentences
    • It said it has persuaded several overseas companies to amend their websites to reflect UK law.
    • Since publication, Valder has slightly amended the text of his manifesto, replacing the second last paragraph.
    • This is the slightly amended text of an address he gave to a Quadrant dinner in Sydney in August.
    1.3 [formal] [behavior] enmendar* [formal]

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