transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (certify) [fact] atestiguar*, dar* fe de; [signature] autenticar*, autorizar* 1.2 (be proof of) atestiguar*, avalar 1.3 (put on oath) [person] poner* bajo juramentoMore example sentences1.4
(attested past participle of/participio pasado de)(British English/inglés británico) certificado [ (libre de enfermedades etc) ]
- Skaters desirous of taking part in trials should bring their birth certificates duly attested by principals of their respective schools.
- They had no intention to verify or attest the Deceased's signature.
- Participants must be present at the venue with bona fide certificates attested by their school head master or principals.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- (be evidence) to attest
tosth dar* fe dealgo, atestiguar* algoMore example sentences
- Compaq's growth, in particular, is attested by anecdotal evidence from industry.
- Substantial evidence now attests to the extent of doctors' unhappiness with the state of their relationships with managers.
- No certain archaeological evidence exists to attest these invasions, and there is still much uncertainty about the route taken and places visited.
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