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Translation of certificate in Spanish:


American English: /sərˈtɪfəkət/
British English: /səˈtɪfɪkət/
  • marriage/death certificate
    certificado (masculine) de matrimonio/defunción
    acta (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) de matrimonio/defunción (Mexico)
    birth certificate
    partida (feminine) or certificado (masculine) de nacimiento
    share certificate
    título (masculine) de acción
    Certificate of Education (in UK)
    certificado (masculine) de escolaridad
    Example sentences
    • If the White Paper becomes legislation, paper certificates for births, marriages and deaths will be replaced in a few years by a central computerised database.
    • The authors used data from police records, birth certificates, and certificates of fetal death from Utah between 1992 and 1999.
    • Ever wanted to obtain a copy of a certificate of a birth, death or marriage?

transitive verb

American English: /ˌsərˈtɪfəkeɪt/
British English: /səˈtɪfɪkeɪt/

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