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Spanish translation of “presuppose”

presuppose

verb /ˌpriːsəˈpouz/
(formal) to accept that something is true even though it has not yet been proved, and to act accordingly
Presuponer
This major presupposes a high level of interest in and aptitude for music.
(formal) if one thing presupposes another, it cannot exist or be true unless the other thing is also true
Presuponer
According to Aristotle, all motion or change presupposes the existence of place (topos) and time (chronos).
presupposition noun
Presuposición
(Definition of presuppose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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