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Spanish translation of “state”

state

verb /steit/
to say or announce clearly, carefully and definitely
afirmar
You have not yet stated your intentions.
statement noun the act of stating.
afirmación
something that is stated
afirmación
The prime minister will make a statement tomorrow on the crisis.
a written statement of how much money a person has, owes etc
extracto bancario
I’ll look at my bank statement to see how much money is in my account.
(Definition of state from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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