- 1.1 [allegiance/fidelity/revenge] jurar they swore an oath of obedience to their queen juraron obediencia a la reina it's the truth, I swear it es verdad, te lo juro she swears blind she didn't know [colloquial/familiar] jura y perjura que no lo sabía [familiar/colloquial] I could've sworn I left it there hubiera jurado que lo dejé ahí do you swear to tell the truth? ¿jura usted decir la verdad? to swear an affidavit hacer* una declaración juradaMore example sentences1.2 (bind) [witness/official] (usu pass) tomarle juramento a, juramentar we've all been sworn to secrecy nos han hecho prometer que no diremos nada or que guardaremos el secreto
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- Once there, frightened of Injun Joe, they decided to swear an oath that they won't tell anyone what they just witnessed.
- Anybody who wants to considered a freeman must swear an oath of loyalty.
- Among them the fact that it was the judge and jury who swore an oath to render a true and just decision.
- I have a great deal of power over them, but, like one of those comic-book heroines, I am sworn to use it only for good.
- There's a great deal more that I wish could say, but I am sworn to secrecy.
- After all, these millions belong to the stockholders, and board members are sworn to protect their money.
- 1.1 (vow) jurar 1.2 (curse) decir* palabrotas, soltar* tacos (Esp) [familiar/colloquial], mentar* madres (Méx) [familiar/colloquial] to swear
atsb insultar a algn (usando palabrotas)More example sentences
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- Nearly everything you wanted to know about bad language, swearing, cursing, foul-mouthed expression - you get the picture - is here.
- Intersting that 10% of people think the word God is swearing or very offensive language.
- You have to be there to appreciate fully the effect of an old grey poet and a big grey cat swearing at one another in a language mix that's far from suitable for polite company.
- Hidden in the forest, Von Rothbart had secretly overheard Siegfried's promise, and he swore he would stop this love.
- We were told we could choose to say swear or affirm at one point yet no alternative was given for the last line, which is ‘so help me God’.
- I do solemnly swear that I will obey all laws commands and dictates of our leader - for he has lovely teeth.
swear byv + prep + o
swear inv + o + adv, v + adv + o
- [jury/witness/president] tomarle juramento a, juramentar she will be sworn in on Monday prestará juramento el lunes
swear offv + prep + o
swear tov + prep + o
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Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.