attribute
transitive verb
1. (to consider to be the consequence) 
a. atribuir 
When asked to what she attributed her success, she simply answered, "Hard work."Cuando se le preguntó a qué atribuía su éxito, simplemente respondió, "Al trabajo duro".
2. (to ascribe; used with "to") 
a. atribuir 
For many years, the painting was attributed to da Vinci, but it is actually the work of one of his assistants.Durante muchos años, atribuyeron el cuadro a da Vinci, pero en realidad es el trabajo de uno de sus ayudantes.
noun
3. (characteristic) 
I won't deny that physical attributes are important when choosing a potential partner.No niego la importancia de los atributos físicos a la hora de elegir una posible pareja.
4. (grammar) 
In the phrase "the girl with the black hair," "black" is the attribute of the noun "hair."En la frase "la chica de pelo negro", "negro" es el atributo del sustantivo "pelo".
attribute
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el atributo (M) 
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. atribuir 
attribute
noun
[ˈætrɪbjuːt] atributo (m)
transitive verb
[əˈtrɪbjuːt] also (Literat) (Art) atribuir;to a; [+blame] atribuir; achacar;to a
to what would you attribute this? ¿a qué atribuyes or achacas tú esto?
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