declare(
dih
-
klehr
)
transitive verb
1. (to affirm) 
a. declarar 
Stacy declared her love for Pat.Stacy declaró su amor por Pat.
George was quite confident in himself and readily declared his opinions to all within earshot.George tenía bastante seguridad en sí mismo y manifestaba de buena gana sus opiniones a todos a su alrededor.
2. (finance) 
a. anunciar 
The company declared a dividend of 50 cents per share.La empresa anunció un dividendo de 50 centavos por acción.
3. (taxation) 
a. declarar 
He declared his million dollar yacht as a tax deduction.Declaró su yate de un millón de dólares como una deducción de impuestos.
4. (card games) 
a. declarar 
You need to declare a trick.Debes declarar una baza.
intransitive verb
5. (to take sides) 
He declared in favor of the new shopping center plan.Se declaró a favor del nuevo plan del centro comercial.
A group of protestants declared against the government in London.Un grupo de protestantes se pronunciaron en contra del gobierno en Londres.
6. (card games) 
a. declarar 
Each player declares whether they are in or out.Cada jugador declara si va o no va.
7. (politics) (United States) 
When she declared for president, she had no idea how well her campaign would do.Cuando anunció su candidatura a la presidencia, no tenía idea de lo bien que iría la campaña.
declare
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. declarar 
to declare war (on)declarar la guerra (a)
to declare somebody guilty/innocentdeclarar a alguien culpable/inocente
have you anything to declare?¿(tiene) algo que declarar?
intransitive verb
2. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
to declare for/against somethingdeclararse a favor de/en contra de algo
3. (old-fashioned) 
a. no direct translation 
I do declare!¡demontre!
declare [dɪˈklɛəʳ]
transitive verb
1 [+intentions, love] declarar; [+dividend, result] anunciar
she declared that she knew nothing about it declaró or manifestó que no sabía nada al respecto; to declare war (on or against sb) declarar la guerra (a algn); to declare o.s. declararse; to declare o.s. against/in favour of sth pronunciarse or declararse en contra de/a favor de algo; he declared himself beaten se dio por vencido; to declare o.s. surprised confesar su sorpresa
2 (Economics) [+income] declarar
to declare sth to the customs declarar algo en la aduana; have you anything to declare? ¿tiene usted algo que declarar?
3 (Bridge) declarar
intransitive verb
1 (pronounce)
to declare for declare in favour of pronunciarse a favor de
2 (in exclamation)
well, I declare! ¡vaya por Dios!
3 (Bridge) declarar
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