transitive verb
1. (to add comments to) 
El director apostilló el guión y se lo envió al guionista para que lo revise.The director annotated the script and sent it back to the screenwriter for review.
2. (to say) 
a. to add 
"Y esta vez no nos olvidemos de llevar un saco de dormir extra", apostilló uno de los campistas."Let's not forget to bring an extra sleeping bag this time," added one of the campers.
3. (legal) 
Tienes que apostillar tu acto de nacimiento antes de tramitar la visa.You must obtain an apostille certificate for your birth certificate before applying for the visa.
¿Tienes que apostillar hasta tu expediente de la prepa?You have to get an apostille even for your high school transcripts?
transitive verb
1. (anotar) 
a. to annotate 
2. (añadir) 
a. to add 
transitive verb
1 (poner apostillas a) to add notes to; annotate
2 (agregar) to add; chime in with; [+observación] to echo
—sí, apostilló una voz "yes," a voice added
Verb Conjugations for apostillar
Present Participle: apostillando
Past Participle: apostillado
me apostillo
me apostillé
me apostillaba
me apostillaría
me apostillaré
te apostillas
te apostillaste
te apostillabas
te apostillarías
te apostillarás
se apostilla
se apostilló
se apostillaba
se apostillaría
se apostillará
nos apostillamos
nos apostillamos
nos apostillábamos
nos apostillaríamos
nos apostillaremos
os apostilláis
os apostillasteis
os apostillabais
os apostillaríais
os apostillaréis
se apostillan
se apostillaron
se apostillaban
se apostillarían
se apostillarán
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