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assert

verb
 
 
/əˈsɜːt/
assert yourself to behave or speak in a strong, confident way
postawić na swoim
She has to learn to assert herself.Announcing, informing and stating
assert your authority/control/independence, etc to do something to show other people that you have power
demonstrować swój autorytet/swoją władzę/swoją niezależność
Power to control
[T] formal to say that something is certainly true
twierdzić, zapewniać
[+ that] He asserts that she stole money from him.Announcing, informing and stating
Translations of “assert”
in Spanish aseverar, afirmar, sostener…
in French affirmer, revendiquer…
in German beteuern, geltend machen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 斷言, 肯定地說, 主張…
in Russian утверждать…
in Turkish iddia etmek, açıklamak, belirtmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 断言, 肯定地说, 主张…
(Definition of assert from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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