Translation of deem in Spanish:
- [formal] to deem somebody/something (to be) somethingshe was deemed (to be) a good motherit was deemed prudent to close off the arease consideró or se juzgó que era una buena madrese consideró or se juzgó prudente acordonar la zonaExample sentences
- At the same time, reports have emerged that the provincial government is making preparations to have the strike declared illegal by deeming it a public emergency.
- Food was given between two and three stars with judges deeming the service to be slow at times.
- In the event that scores are deemed to be level, a fourth round is contested to find an overall winner.
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