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Translation of "reform" - English-Spanish dictionary

reform

verb /rəˈfoːm/
to improve or remove faults from reformar The criminal’s wife stated that she had made great efforts to reform her husband. to give up bad habits, improve one’s behaviour/behavior etc reformarse He admitted that he had been a criminal, but said that he intended to reform. reformation /refə-/ noun reforma reformed adjective (opposite unreformed) improved, especially in behaviour/behavior reformado He claims that he is now a reformed character and no longer takes drugs. reformer noun a person who wishes to bring about improvements reformador a social reformer one of the reformers of our political system.
(Definition of reform from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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