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Spanish translation of “claim”

claim

verb /kleim/
to say that something is a fact
afirmar
He claims to be the fastest runner in the class.
to demand as a right
reclamar
You can claim your money back if the goods are damaged.
to state that one is the owner of
reclamar
Did anyone claim the umbrella which was left behind?
claimant noun a person who makes a claim
demandante, pretendiente
a claimant to the throne.
(Definition of claim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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