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certificate

noun /səˈtifikət/
a written official declaration of some fact
certificado
a birth/marriage certificate.
Certificate of Secondary Education noun (abbreviation CSE); (formerly in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland) a secondary school leaving certificate (given for each subject) of a lower level than the General Certificate of Education (university entrance).
certificado de educación secundaria
Translations of “certificate”
in Korean 증서…
in Arabic شَهادة, وَثيقة…
in French certificat…
in Italian certificato, attestato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 證書, 證明, 成績合格證書…
in Russian свидетельство, сертификат…
in Turkish sertifika, belge…
in Polish świadectwo, certyfikat…
in Portuguese certidão, certificado…
in German die Urkunde…
in Catalan certificat…
in Japanese 証明書…
in Chinese (Simplified) 证书, 证明, 成绩合格证书…
(Definition of certificate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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