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document

noun /ˈdokjumənt/
a written statement giving information, proof, evidence etc
documento
She signed several legal documents relating to the sale of her house.
documentary /-ˈmen-/ adjective of or found in documents
documental
documentary evidence.
documentation /ˌdokjumenˈteiʃən/ noun official documents that are required as evidence or proof of something
Documentación
In most cases you need to provide supporting documentation to substantiate your claim when applying for a scholarship.
the process of recording something in a document
Documentación
Appropriate documentation of the expenses incurred will be necessary.
the specifications and instructions that are supplied with a product, especially computer hardware and software
Documentación
Take time to study the user documentation.
(Definition of document from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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