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Translation of "approve" - English-Spanish dictionary

approve

verb   /əˈpruːv/ ( present participle approving, past tense and past participle approved)
B1 to allow something aprobar The council has approved plans for a new library. The committee approved the new budget.
to think that something is good or right estar de acuerdo I don’t approve of smoking. →  Opposite disapprove
(Definition of approve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

approve

verb /əˈpruːv/
(often with of) to be pleased with or think well of (a person, thing etc) aprobar; tener un buen concepto de I approve of your decision.
to agree to (something) aprobar, aceptar The committee approved the plan.
approval noun
the act or state of agreeing to or being pleased with (a person, thing etc) aprobación This proposal meets with my approval.
approving adjective
showing that you support or agree with something Aprobación He gave me an approving look.
approvingly adverb
Aprobadamente She gazed approvingly at her reflection in the bedroom mirror.
on approval
to be sent or given back to a shop etc if not satisfactory a prueba, previa aceptación She bought two dresses on approval.
(Definition of approve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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