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Presentél/ella/ustedconjugation ofconstar.
Affirmative imperativeconjugation ofconstar.
Affirmative imperativevosconjugation ofconstar.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
1. (to be clear)
a. to know for a fact
Me consta que el ayuntamiento ha aceptado sobornos de la constructora.I know for a fact that the council has accepted bribes from the construction company.
b. to be sure
Nos consta que tendrás éxito en lo que te propongas.We're sure you'll be successful in whatever you decide to do.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Alejandro no estaba peleando, y para que conste, nadie lo ha acusado de pelear antes.Alejandro wasn't fighting, and for the record, no one has ever accused him of fighting before.
Alguien mandó ese correo al director, y que conste que yo no fui.Someone sent that email to the director, and let it be clear it wasn't me.
2. (to be present; used with "en")
a. to appear on
El nombre del padre no consta en su partida de nacimiento.The father's name doesn't appear on her birth certificate.
b. to be noted in
Pidió que sus objeciones constaran en el informe.She asked that her objections be noted in the report.
c. to be recorded in
Las decisiones del consejo constan en el acta y se publican después de su aprobación.The council's decisions are recorded in the minutes and published after approval.
d. to be stated on
Las reglas para el intercambio de bonos constan al dorso.The rules for exchanging vouchers are stated on the back.
3. (to comprise; used with "de")
a. to consist of
Su vestuario consta enteramente de ropa de color blanco, negro y gris.Her wardrobe consists entirely of black, white, and grey clothes.
b. to be made up of
La colección consta de una moneda de un peso correspondiente a cada año del siglo XX.The collection is made up of a peso coin for each year in the 20th century.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
1. (información)
a. to appear
b. to figure
su nombre no consta en esta listahis name is not on o does not appear on this list
hacer constar algoto put something on record
me consta que…I am quite sure that…
que conste que…let it be clearly understood that…, let there be no doubt that…
yo no he sido, que constelet's get one thing clear, it wasn't me
2. (estar constituido por)
constar deto consist of
intransitive verb
1 (ser evidente)
consta que ... it is a fact that ...; me consta que ... I have evidence that ...
2 (aparecer, figurar)
constar (en) to appear (in); be given (in o on); no consta en el catálogo it isn't listed in the catalogue; en el carnet no consta su edad his age is not stated on the licence o license; (EEUU) y para que así conste ... and for the record ...; hacer constar to put on record; que consten los hechos let's put the record straight
que conste: que conste que no estoy de acuerdo for the record, I disagree; conste que yo no lo aprobé let it be clearly understood that I did not approve; que conste que lo hice por ti believe me, I did it for your own good
4 (componerse)
constar de to consist of; be composed of
5 (Literat) to scan
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