- 1.1 (assign authorship of) to attribute sth
tosb [comment/poem/symphony] atribuirle* algo aalgnMore example sentences1.2 (give as cause of) to attribute sth
- Until recently, the angriest reaction I ever got to one of my reviews was when I criticised an author for attributing thoughts to Teddy Roosevelt's dog.
- He never attributed the line to Kennedy in his remarks, nor does the transcribed version of his speech.
- Willfully to misinterpret a text is akin to attributing an action to the author that he did not commit.
tosth [problem/popularity] atribuir(le)* algo aalgo to what would you attribute her success? ¿a qué (le) atribuiría su éxito?More example sentences
- The firm attributed the profit to rising prices and lower interest payments to its creditors.
- The firm attributes the loss to its heavy investment in the Special Olympics and its involvement in a number of long-term development projects.
- The firm attributes its success to a talented staff and an open culture that honors individual creativity and nurtures teamwork.
The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.
- 1.1 (characteristic) atributo (masculine) 1.2 (identifying object) atributo (masculine)More example sentences
- He has the height and he is very strong across the chest, shoulders and in the legs - key attributes for good quality rowers.
- We agreed on the key attributes of the character and the artistic direction.
- The applicant must show that she has attributes or characteristics which distinguish her from all other persons.