declarar


declarar
v.
1 to declare.
declarar la verdad to tell the truth
declarar culpable/inocente a alguien to find somebody guilty/not guilty
¿algo que declarar? anything to declare? (en aduana)
Ella declaró sus razones She declared her reasons.
2 to testify, to give evidence (law).
lo llamaron a declarar he was called to give evidence
3 to bear witness, to testify, to give evidence, to depose.
Ricardo declara en contra de ella Richard bears witness against her.
4 to pronounce, to declare, to adjudge.
Los declaro marido y mujer I pronounce you husband and wife.
5 to declare oneself to.
Declaró ser el único líder He declared himself to be the only leader.
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declarar
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to declare; (manifestar) to state
el inspector nos preguntó si teníamos algo que declarar the inspector asked us whether we had anything to declare
lo declararon vencedor he was declared the winner
el presidente declaró que no se devaluaría la corona the President stated that the crown would not be devalued
2 DERECHO to find
lo declararon culpable he was found guilty
3 (en bridge) to bid, declare
verbo intransitivo
1 to declare
2 DERECHO to testify
verbo pronominal declararse
1 (amor) to declare one's love (a, for)
le declaró su amor durante la fiesta he declared his love for her during the party
2 (fuego, guerra, etc) to break out, start
se declaró un incendio en el monte a fire broke out on the mountain
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FRASEOLOGÍA
declarar la guerra a un país to declare war on a country
declararse a favor de to declare oneself in favour (US in favor) of
se declaró a favor del aborto she declared herself in favour of abortion
declararse en contra to declare oneself against
declararse en huelga to go on strike
declararse en quiebra to go into bankruptcy, declare oneself bankrupt
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verb
1) to declare, state
2) testify
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1. VT
1) (=proclamar) [+ guerra, independencia] to declare

Japón declaró la guerra a China — Japan declared war on China

fue declarado el estado de sitio — a state of siege was declared

el tribunal declaró la inconstitucionalidad de la ley — the court declared the law unconstitutional

yo os declaro marido y mujer — I pronounce you man and wife

2) (=considerar) to declare

el tribunal médico lo declaró no apto para el servicio militar — the medical board declared him unfit for military service

el bosque fue declarado zona protegida — the forest was declared a conservation area

fue declarada abierta la competición — the competition was declared open

el premio fue declarado desierto — the prize was not awarded

este matrimonio podría declararse nulo — this marriage could be annulled

declarar culpable a algn — to find sb guilty

declarar inocente a algn — to find sb innocent

3) (=manifestar) [en público, ante el juez] to state; [como anuncio, noticia] to announce

declaró su apoyo a la democracia — he stated his support for democracy

el ministro declaró no saber nada del asunto — the minister stated that he knew nothing of the matter

según declaró un portavoz del gobierno — as a government spokesperson announced

4) (Com) [en la aduana, a Hacienda] to declare

¿(tiene) algo que declarar? — (do you have) anything to declare?

nada que declarar — nothing to declare

5) (Naipes) to bid

declaró dos picos — she bid two spades

declaró menos de lo que tenía — he underbid

2. VI
1) (Jur) (=testificar) to give evidence, testify

fue llamada a declarar por el juez — the judge called her to give evidence o to testify

declarar en falso — to commit perjury

2) (=declarar impuestos) to submit one's tax return
3) (Naipes) to bid
3.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (manifestar) <apoyo/oposición/intención> to declare, state

declaró que no renunciaría — he announced o stated that he would not resign

le declaró su amor — he declared his love to her

b) (proclamar) to declare

declarar la guerra/el cese de las hostilidades — to declare war/a ceasefire

el presidente declaró abierta la sesión — the chairman pronounced o declared the session open

os declaro marido y mujer — I pronounce you man and wife

el jurado lo declaró culpable/inocente — the jury found him guilty/not guilty

2)
a) (en la aduana) to declare

¿algo que declarar? — anything to declare?

b) (Fisco) <bienes/ingresos> to declare
2.
declarar vi to give evidence, testify

fue llamado a declarar como testigo — he was called to give evidence o to testify

3.
declararse v pron
1)
a) (manifestarse) to declare oneself

se declaró partidaria del divorcio — she declared herself (to be) in favor of divorce

declararse culpable/inocente — to plead guilty/not guilty

declararse en quiebra or bancarrota — to declare oneself bankrupt

declararse en huelga — to go on strike

b) (confesar amor) (+ me/te/le etc)

se le declaró — he declared himself o his love to her

2) incendio/epidemia to break out
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= declare, state, pronounce, adjudge, affirm.
Ex. 24.17 declares Enter a body created or controlled by a government under its own name unless it belongs to one or more of the types listed in 24.18.
Ex. Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
Ex. 'Look,' she pronounced impatiently, 'I have lots of work to do'.
Ex. National library associations should look for sponsors who will publish manuscripts they have adjudged to have met international standards.
Ex. This move has probably affirmed the future of DC.
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* declarar a favor de = testify (to/of).
* declarar culpable = convict.
* declarar ilegal = outlaw.
* declarar la guerra = break out into + declared war, go to + war, take up + arms.
* declarar la guerra a = declare + war on.
* declarar la guerra a muerte a = declare + open season on, declare + open season on.
* declarar muerto = declare + dead, pronounce + dead.
* declararse culpable = plead + guilty.
* declararse en guerra = go to + war.
* declararse en huelga = strike, stage + strike, strike + break out.
* declararse en quiebra = go into + liquidation.
* declararse inocente = protest + Posesivo + innocence, plead + not guilty.
* declarar vencedor = adjudge + winner.
* digno de declarar = reportable.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) (manifestar) <apoyo/oposición/intención> to declare, state

declaró que no renunciaría — he announced o stated that he would not resign

le declaró su amor — he declared his love to her

b) (proclamar) to declare

declarar la guerra/el cese de las hostilidades — to declare war/a ceasefire

el presidente declaró abierta la sesión — the chairman pronounced o declared the session open

os declaro marido y mujer — I pronounce you man and wife

el jurado lo declaró culpable/inocente — the jury found him guilty/not guilty

2)
a) (en la aduana) to declare

¿algo que declarar? — anything to declare?

b) (Fisco) <bienes/ingresos> to declare
2.
declarar vi to give evidence, testify

fue llamado a declarar como testigo — he was called to give evidence o to testify

3.
declararse v pron
1)
a) (manifestarse) to declare oneself

se declaró partidaria del divorcio — she declared herself (to be) in favor of divorce

declararse culpable/inocente — to plead guilty/not guilty

declararse en quiebra or bancarrota — to declare oneself bankrupt

declararse en huelga — to go on strike

b) (confesar amor) (+ me/te/le etc)

se le declaró — he declared himself o his love to her

2) incendio/epidemia to break out
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= declare, state, pronounce, adjudge, affirm.

Ex: 24.17 declares Enter a body created or controlled by a government under its own name unless it belongs to one or more of the types listed in 24.18.

Ex: Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
Ex: 'Look,' she pronounced impatiently, 'I have lots of work to do'.
Ex: National library associations should look for sponsors who will publish manuscripts they have adjudged to have met international standards.
Ex: This move has probably affirmed the future of DC.
* declarar a favor de = testify (to/of).
* declarar culpable = convict.
* declarar ilegal = outlaw.
* declarar la guerra = break out into + declared war, go to + war, take up + arms.
* declarar la guerra a = declare + war on.
* declarar la guerra a muerte a = declare + open season on, declare + open season on.
* declarar muerto = declare + dead, pronounce + dead.
* declararse culpable = plead + guilty.
* declararse en guerra = go to + war.
* declararse en huelga = strike, stage + strike, strike + break out.
* declararse en quiebra = go into + liquidation.
* declararse inocente = protest + Posesivo + innocence, plead + not guilty.
* declarar vencedor = adjudge + winner.
* digno de declarar = reportable.

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declarar [A1 ]
vt
A
1 (manifestar) ‹apoyo/oposición› to declare, state; ‹noticia/decisión› to announce, state
declaró abiertamente su simpatía por el régimen he openly declared his sympathy with the régime
declaró que no convocaría elecciones anticipadas he announced that he would not call early elections
2 (proclamar) to declare
declarar la guerra/el cese de las hostilidades to declare war/a ceasefire
declararon la comarca zona catastrófica the region was declared a disaster area
el presidente declaró abierta la sesión the chairman pronounced o declared the session open
lo declararon apto para el servicio militar he was declared o passed fit for military service
yo os declaro marido y mujer I pronounce you man and wife
el jurado lo declaró culpable the jury found him guilty
B
1 (en la aduana) to declare
¿algo que declarar? anything to declare?
2 (Fisco) ‹bienes/ingresos› to declare
■ declarar
vi
to give evidence, testify
fue llamado a declarar como testigo he was called to give evidence o to testify o as a witness
declararse
v pron
A
1 (manifestarse) to declare oneself
se declaró partidaria del divorcio she declared herself (to be) in favor of divorce, she declared o stated that she was in favor of divorce
se declaró culpable he pleaded guilty
declararse en quiebra or bancarrota to declare oneself bankrupt
declararse en huelga to go on strike
2 (confesar amor) (+ me/te/le etc):
se le declaró he declared his love to her, he told her he loved her
B «incendio/epidemia» to break out
se declaró una emergencia a bordo del barco an emergency arose on board the ship
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declarar (conjugate declarar) verbo transitivo
1
a) (manifestar) ‹apoyo/oposición/intenciónto declare, state;

le declaró su amor he declared his love to her

b) (proclamar) ‹guerra/independenciato declare;

el jurado lo declaró inocente the jury found him not guilty

2
a) (en la aduana) to declare

b) (Fisco) ‹bienes/ingresosto declare

verbo intransitivo
to give evidence, testify;
declarar como testigo to give evidence, to testify

declararse verbo pronominal
1
a) (manifestarse) to declare oneself;

declararse en quiebra to declare oneself bankrupt;

declararse culpable/inocente to plead guilty/not guilty;
declararse en huelga to go on strike
b) (confesar amor):

se le declaró he declared himself o his love to her

2 [incendio/epidemia] to break out
declarar
I verbo transitivo
1 to declare
2 (decir, anunciar) to state
3 Jur (un juez) to find: les declararon culpables/ inocentes, they were found guilty/not guilty
4 (un bien a Hacienda) to declare
US to report
II vi Jur (ante un juez) to testify
'declarar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
opinar
- profesar
English:
affirm
- announce
- annul
- assert
- certify
- condemn
- convict
- declare
- find
- pronounce
- protest
- state
- testify
- war
- write off
- evidence
- null
- outlaw
- proclaim
- write
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declarar
vt
1. [manifestar] [ante la autoridad] to declare;
declarar la verdad to tell the truth;
declarar el patrimonio to declare one's property;
declarar culpable/inocente a alguien to find sb guilty/not guilty;
¿algo que declarar? [en aduana] anything to declare?;
¿tú declaras (a Hacienda) todo lo que ganas? do you declare all your earnings (to the Tax Inspector)?
2. [afirmar] to state, to say;
declaró a la prensa sus próximos proyectos he informed the press of his future plans/projects;
el monarca declaró su apoyo al nuevo gobierno the monarch expressed his support for the new government;
el secretario declaró abierta la sesión the secretary declared the session open;
la región fue declarada zona catastrófica the region was declared a disaster area;
ha sido declarado candidato a la presidencia his candidacy for the presidency has been announced
vi
Der to testify, to give evidence;
declarar ante un tribunal to testify before a tribunal;
lo llamaron a declarar he was called to give evidence
See also the pronominal verb declararse
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declarar
I v/t
1 state
2 bienes declare
3
:
declarar culpable a alguien find s.o. guilty
II v/i JUR give evidence
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declarar vt
: to declare, to state
declarar vi
atestiguar: to testify
See also the reflexive verb declararse
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declarar vb
1. (en general) to declare
declaró la guerra a los invasores he declared war on the invaders
2. (decir en público) to state / to announce
el ministro declaró que se investigaría el caso the minister announced that the case would be investigated
3. (determinar) to find [pt. & pp. found]
el juez lo declaró culpable the judge found him guilty
4. (en un tribunal) to give evidence [pt. gave; pp. given]
fui llamado a declarar I was called to give evidence

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