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conllevar

Translation of conllevar in English:

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

  • (Venezuela) conllevar a algo
    to lead to something
    esto conllevó a la cancelación de varios proyectos
    this led to the cancellation of various projects
Example sentences
  • Es más, habíamos decidido casarnos y todo el asunto que eso conlleva.
  • Es fundamental comprender que este escenario conlleva una gran responsabilidad.
  • Para ello, desarrolla diversas estrategias que conllevan a mejorar la actitud de los medios de comunicación hacia nuestras expresiones artísticas tradicionales.

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