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Translation of "allege" - English-Spanish dictionary

allege

verb   /əˈledʒ/ formal
to say that someone has done something illegal or wrong without giving proof afirmar The two men allege that the police forced them to make false confessions.
(Definition of allege from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

allege

verb /əˈledʒ/
to say, especially in making a legal statement, without giving proof alegar He alleged that Jones had been with the accused on the night of the murder.
allegation /ӕliˈɡeiʃən/ noun
alegación She has strenuously denied all the allegations made against her.
alleged /əˈledʒd/ adjective
supposed to be true, but without any evidence Presumpte the alleged crime.
allegedly /əˈledʒidli/ adverb
Presuntamente She allegedly stole some confidential documents.
(Definition of allege from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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