A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to make public)
a. anunciar
The royal spokesperson announced the king's official visit to India.El portavoz de la casa real anunció la visita oficial del rey a la India.
2. (to state)
a. declarar
"The new measures will come into force in July," announced the president."Las nuevas medidas entrarán en vigor en julio", declaró el presidente.
b. anunciar
"I'm quitting basketball," announced the player during the press conference."Me retiro del baloncesto", anunció el jugador en una conferencia de prensa.
3. (to foretell)
a. anunciar
The advent of the Internet announced the birth of a new era.El advenimiento del Internet anunció el nacimiento de una nueva era.
4. (to give your name)
a. presentarse
Upon arrival, announce yourself at the reception.Al llegar, preséntese en recepción.
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (general)
a. anunciar
“I think they're all wrong,” she announced“creo que están todos equivocados”, declaró or anunció
announce [əˈnaʊns]
transitive verb
1 (gen) anunciar
we regret to announce the death of ... lamentamos tener que anunciar la muerte de ...
2 (inform) comunicar; hacer saber
it is announced from London that ... se comunica desde Londres que ...
3 (declare) declarar
he announced that he wasn't going declaró que no iba
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