Translation of purport in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo/pərˈpɔːrt; pɜːˈpɔːt/
- [formal] to purport to +
infinitive/infinitivopretender + infinitive/infinitivoa man purporting to be a cousin of mine un individuo que dice or afirma ser primo mío a biography which purports to reveal all about … una biografía que, según se afirma, hace grandes revelaciones acerca de …Example sentences
- The institution of marriage they are purporting to protect is an abstraction.
- In doing this, the government is conceding victory to the very people whom it purports to be fighting.
- Clearly she has achieved the good life, but what about the people she purports to represent?
noun/nombreuncountable/no numerable /ˈpɜːrpɔːrt; ˈpɜːpɔːt/
- [formal] sentido (masculine) (general)
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