Translation of assertion in Spanish:

assertion

Pronunciation: /əˈsɜːrʃən; əˈsɜːʃən/

n

  • 1.1 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (declaration) afirmación (f), aseveración (f), aserto (m) [formal]
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    • That was a novel and quite astounding assertion at that stage of human legal development.
    • At the function that I attended, too, a number of articles spoke of this assertion on their past.
    • The events since the last two elections support this assertion, a point to which I will return.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (demonstration) reafirmación (feminine)
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    • He is criticizing the assertion that to weigh more than that is to be obese.
    • If not, doesn't this simply verify the assertion that such orders are a joke in this Internet age?
    • In practice, there are many venture capitalists who will protest the assertion that all they want is to make a quick buck.

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