Translation of confer in Spanish:
- (bestow) to confer something
ono uponsomebody/somethingconcederle or [formal] conferirle algo aalguien/algoExample sentences
- Finally, has any valuable benefit been conferred on either party?
- Chief among these is the question of whether any benefits were conferred on the generous donors.
- The ceremony in which SFU will confer the honorary degrees, will be held on the last day of the Dalai Lama's visit.
- (discuss) to confer
withsomebody ( aboutsomething)she conferred with her lawyer before giving her decisionconsultar (algo) conalguienantes de dar su decisión consultó con su abogadoExample sentences
- There on the road, the woman is conferring with Henry.
- ‘After conferring with my colleagues, several of them asked me to run for chair,’ he said.
- After conferring with flight controllers and three doctors who happened to be on board, the pilot decided to land in Newfoundland's capital.
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