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therewith

Pronunciation: /ðerˈwɪð; ðeəˈwɪð/

Translation of therewith in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

[arch or formal]
  • 1.1 [connected/included] con el mismo all the documentation included therewith toda la documentación incluida con el mismo
    Example sentences
    • I was asked to forward with my Report the documents enclosed therewith.
    • At the same time, he continued to draw his generous MP's salary, not to mention the equally generous expenses that go therewith.
    • From the Evening News, November 6, 1903: The United Sunday Schools of Bolton are promoting an exhibition and eisteddfod and the first gathering in connection therewith was held last night in the Temperance Hall.
    1.2 (immediately) a continuación [formal], acto seguido therewith he declared the meeting closed a continuación or acto seguido, dio por terminada la reunión

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