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Translation of "presuppose" - English-Spanish dictionary

presuppose

verb   /ˌpriː.səˈpəʊz/
to accept that something is true before it has been proved suponer You’re presupposing that he’ll have told her – but he may not have.2197
formal If an idea or situation presupposes something, that thing must be true for the idea or situation to work. presuponer Investigative journalism presupposes some level of investigation. All this presupposes that he’ll get the job he wants.2197
(Definition of presuppose from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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