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Spanish translation of “uphold”

uphold

verb /apˈhəuld/ (past tense, past participle upheld /-ˈheld/)
to support (a person’s action)
apoyar
His family upholds (him in) his present action.
to confirm (eg a claim, legal judgement etc)
confirmar
The decision of the judge was upheld by the court.
to maintain (eg a custom)
mantener
The old traditions are still upheld in this village.
(Definition of uphold from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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