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declare

verb [T]
 
 
/dɪˈkleər/
SAY PUBLICLY B2 to announce something publicly or officially: to declare war [+ that] Scientists have declared that this meat is safe to eat.Announcing, informing and stating
TAX B1 to officially tell someone the value of goods you have bought, or the amount of money you have earned because you might have to pay tax: Do you have anything to declare?Taxation
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