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declare

verb   /dɪˈkleər/ ( present participle declaring, past tense and past participle declared)
B1 to officially tell someone the value of something, for example at an airport, because you may have to pay tax declarar Do you have anything to declare?
to announce something publicly or officially declarar Scientists have declared that the process is safe. The country has declared war on its neighbour.
(Definition of declare from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

declare

verb /diˈkleə/
to announce publicly or formally declarar War was declared this morning.
to say firmly pronunciarse ’I don’t like him at all,’ she declared.
to make known (goods on which duty must be paid, income on which tax should be paid etc) declarar He decided to declare his untaxed earnings to the tax office.
declaration /dekləˈreiʃən/ noun
a formal announcement declaración a declaration of marriage/war.
(Definition of declare from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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