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approval

Pronunciation: /əˈpruːvəl/

Translation of approval in Spanish:

noun/nombre

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1.1 (agreement) aprobación (feminine) to seek sb's approval (for sth) tratar de obtener la aprobación de algn (para algo) does it meet with your approval? ¿merece su aprobación? it won't meet with your father's approval a tu padre no le va a parecer bien to have/get sb's approval tener*/conseguir* la aprobación de algn I've drafted a letter for your approval he escrito la carta en borrador para que usted le dé el visto bueno she went to France without her parents' approval se fue a Francia sin la autorización de sus padres
    Example sentences
    • I would hope that the west London lines would meet with approval and link up to Heathrow and Gatwick.
    • It is a surprise to find you quoting him with approval so early in the book.
    • Neither suggestion met with approval so I repaired to the kitchen to make coffee.
    1.2on approval a prueba

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