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Translation of "constitute" - English-Spanish dictionary

constitute

verb   /ˈkɒn.stɪ.tjuːt/
A formal to be or be considered as something constituir This latest defeat constitutes a major setback for the Democrats.1743
to form or make something constituir Women constitute about ten percent of Parliament. The under-18s constitute nearly 25 percent of the town’s population.1262
(Definition of constitute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

constitute

verb /ˈkonstitjuːt/
(formal) to form; to make up; to be constituir Nuclear waste constitutes a serious danger.
constitution noun
a set of rules governing an organization; the supreme laws and rights of a country’s people etc constitución the Constitution of the United States of America.
physical characteristics, health etc constitución He has a strong constitution.
constitutional adjective
legal according to a given constitution constitucional The proposed change would not be constitutional.
constitutionally adverb
constitucionalmente The death penalty is constitutionally legal in the United States.
(Definition of constitute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “constitute”
in Vietnamese tạo thành…
in Malaysian mengakibatkan…
in Thai ก่อตั้ง…
in French constituer…
in German bilden…
in Chinese (Simplified) 被视作, 是, 被看作,被视为…
in Turkish oluşturmak, teşkil etmek, olmak…
in Russian являться, представлять собой…
in Indonesian merupakan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 被視作, 是, 被看作,被視爲…
in Polish stanowić…
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