Translation of assert in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (declare) afirmarExample sentences1.2 (demonstrate, enforce) [superiority] reafirmar, dejar sentado; [rights/claims] hacer* valer, reivindicar* to assert one's authority imponer* su ( or mi etc) autoridad
- These types of beliefs, he asserts, are closely connected to languages and texts.
- Neither does he explicitly assert that our natural beliefs are true.
- I would however assert that the belief in absolute truth requires an attempt to follow it as best as possible.
- The rights were asserted as fundamental entitlements recognized by the international community.
- What would have happened if the Thai authorities had asserted their jurisdiction over the offence here?
- They are conducted in order to assert authority and extend influence.
reflexive verb/verbo reflexivo
- to assert oneself hacerse* valer
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