Translation of declaration in Spanish:

declaration

Pronunciation: /ˌdekləˈreɪʃən/

n

  • 1 (statement, announcement) declaración (feminine) a declaration of intent una declaración de intenciones a customs declaration una declaración de aduanas the declaration (of the poll) (British English/inglés británico) la lectura del resultado (electoral) the Declaration of Independence la Declaración de la Independencia he made a declaration of his love for her le declaró su amor
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    • Deliberately not announcing a combination is known as sinking a declaration.
    • A revelation overcalls a declaration and, given the same level, an earlier player has priority.
    • After the round of declarations, tokens are awarded or side bets resolved in exactly the same way as for stage one, described above.
  • 2 [Law/Derecho] 2.1 (finding) pronunciamiento (masculine) (oficial) 2.2 (statement) declaración (feminine)
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    • He issued new declarations of love and promised to tell Ms. Turner about their relationship.
    • Marriage and civil union, of course, have an explicit declaration of commitment and interdependence that may be missing in a de facto relationship.
    • He made the declarations while responding to reporters' questions on the bilateral debt forgiveness agreement during yesterday's post-Cabinet news conference at Whitehall.
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    • Similarly, under a series of Supreme Court decisions, civilians cannot be court-martialed in the absence of a formal declaration of war.
    • Border clashes began in 1928 and in 1932, despite mediation efforts, full-scale war erupted, although formal declarations of war were not made until 1933.
    • Hitler's Polish campaign, and then the attack on the USSR, were launched without formal declarations of war.
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    • Mozer said that even though the party leaders did not sign a declaration or an agreement, it was very important that they had discussed their positions and relations.
    • The declaration is an agreement signed by many colleges to carry out initiatives designed to promote environmentalism.
    • Thus, in 1933 Gadamer, along with other Marburg professors, signed a public declaration of allegiance to the National Socialist state.
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    • The learned Attorney General finally submitted that a returning officer has no power to conduct a recount once the declaration of the poll declaring a candidate to be duly elected has been made.
    • The words ‘directly chosen by the people’… are to be read, therefore, as referring to a process - the process which commences when an election is called, and ends with the declaration of the poll.
    • It must be a matter of minutes now to the declaration of the poll.
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    • The plaintiff requests a declaration in her draft amended statement of claim.
    • By cross-motion the plaintiff sought a declaration that the settlement and final release were void.
    • Nevertheless, the plaintiffs sought a declaration that they were entitled to the benefit of that covenant and an order restraining the defendants from building in breach of it.

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