Translation of circumstantial in Spanish:

circumstantial

Pronunciation: /ˌsɜːrkəmˈstæntʃəl; ˌsɜːkəmˈstænʃəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [evidence] circunstancial 1.2 (detailed) [formal] detallado
    More example sentences
    • As it is not properly a term of the British marine, a more circumstantial account of it might be considered foreign to our plan.
    • Her circumstantial account was accepted by thousands who had hitherto remained sceptical.
    • Sure, I can imagine some of the circumstantial detail that would make the story sound more immediate.

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