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reassert

  • 1 reafirmar

    v.
    1 to confirm.
    reafirmar a alguien en algo to confirm somebody in something
    2 to reaffirm, to confirm, to maintain, to ratify.
    Ellas reafirman sus creencias They reaffirm their beliefs.
    El marinero reafirmas las cuerdas The sailor reaffirms the ropes.
    3 to reiterate to, to maintain to.
    Ella reafirma venir en paz She reiterates to come in peace.
    4 to prove right.
    El presidente reafirmó a Ricardo The president proved Richard right.
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    1 to reaffirm, reassert
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    VT to reaffirm, reassert
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    verbo transitivo to reaffirm, reassert
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    = reaffirm, pander, reassert, make + a bold statement, reinforce.
    Ex. Coates started his study of citation order by noting Kaiser's theories of Concrete-Process and reaffirmed this aspect of Kaiser's work.
    Ex. Recently, however, libraries have deserted the individual and have pandered too much to the needs of the general public.
    Ex. Congress was denied the information it needed to discharge constitutional responsibilities, requiring it to reassert legislative prerogatives by scrutinising presidential nominees who had some involvement in Iran-Contra.
    Ex. In addition, both were controversial libraries when they were constructed, and each was designed to make a bold statement about the important role of libraries within their respective city = Además, ambas fueron polémicas cuando se construyeron y se diseñaron para reafirmar el importante papel de las bibliotecas dentro de sus respectivas ciudades.
    Ex. As information-retrieval software becomes available in more user friendly packages, the trend towards local computerized information-retrieval systems is likely to be reinforced.
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    verbo transitivo to reaffirm, reassert
    * * *
    = reaffirm, pander, reassert, make + a bold statement, reinforce.

    Ex: Coates started his study of citation order by noting Kaiser's theories of Concrete-Process and reaffirmed this aspect of Kaiser's work.

    Ex: Recently, however, libraries have deserted the individual and have pandered too much to the needs of the general public.
    Ex: Congress was denied the information it needed to discharge constitutional responsibilities, requiring it to reassert legislative prerogatives by scrutinising presidential nominees who had some involvement in Iran-Contra.
    Ex: In addition, both were controversial libraries when they were constructed, and each was designed to make a bold statement about the important role of libraries within their respective city = Además, ambas fueron polémicas cuando se construyeron y se diseñaron para reafirmar el importante papel de las bibliotecas dentro de sus respectivas ciudades.
    Ex: As information-retrieval software becomes available in more user friendly packages, the trend towards local computerized information-retrieval systems is likely to be reinforced.

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    reafirmar [A1 ]
    vt
    to reaffirm, reassert
    lo reafirma en el puesto it strengthens his hold on the job
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    reafirmar ( conjugate reafirmar) verbo transitivo
    to reaffirm, reassert
    reafirmar verbo transitivo to reaffirm, reassert
    ' reafirmar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    reaffirm
    - reassert
    - assert
    - bolster
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    vt
    to confirm;
    reafirmar a alguien en algo to confirm sb in sth
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    v/t reaffirm
    * * *
    : to reaffirm, to assert, to strengthen

    Spanish-English dictionary > reafirmar

  • 2 reiterar

    v.
    to reiterate, to repeat.
    Ella mantiene su declaración She maintains her declaration.
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    1 to reiterate, repeat
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    VT to reiterate frm, repeat
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to reiterate (frml), to repeat
    * * *
    = reaffirm, reiterate, reassert.
    Ex. Coates started his study of citation order by noting Kaiser's theories of Concrete-Process and reaffirmed this aspect of Kaiser's work.
    Ex. Nevertheless, it is worth reiterating that notation is added to the list of subjects that comprise the schedules of a classification scheme after the subjects to be included and their order have been settled.
    Ex. Congress was denied the information it needed to discharge constitutional responsibilities, requiring it to reassert legislative prerogatives by scrutinising presidential nominees who had some involvement in Iran-Contra.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to reiterate (frml), to repeat
    * * *
    = reaffirm, reiterate, reassert.

    Ex: Coates started his study of citation order by noting Kaiser's theories of Concrete-Process and reaffirmed this aspect of Kaiser's work.

    Ex: Nevertheless, it is worth reiterating that notation is added to the list of subjects that comprise the schedules of a classification scheme after the subjects to be included and their order have been settled.
    Ex: Congress was denied the information it needed to discharge constitutional responsibilities, requiring it to reassert legislative prerogatives by scrutinising presidential nominees who had some involvement in Iran-Contra.

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    reiterar [A1 ]
    vt
    to reiterate ( frml), to repeat
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    reiterar verbo transitivo to repeat, frml reiterate
    ' reiterar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    reassert
    - reiterate
    - reaffirm
    * * *
    vt
    to reiterate, to repeat
    * * *
    v/t repeat, reiterate
    * * *
    : to reiterate, to repeat

    Spanish-English dictionary > reiterar

  • 3 reafirmarse


    reafirmarse vr (ratificarse) to stand by: me reafirmo en lo dicho, I stand by what I have said
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    vpr
    to assert oneself;
    reafirmarse en algo to become confirmed in sth
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    v/r
    :

    Spanish-English dictionary > reafirmarse

  • 4 reafirmar

    • prove right
    • ratify
    • reaffirm
    • reassert
    • secure

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > reafirmar

См. также в других словарях:

  • Reassert — Re as*sert (r[=e] [a^]s*s[ e]rt ), v. t. To assert again or anew; to maintain after an omission to do so. [1913 Webster] Let us hope . . . we may have a body of authors who will reassert our claim to respectability in literature. Walsh. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • reassert — index avouch (avow), plead (allege in a legal action), reaffirm, reiterate, repeat (state again) Burton s Legal Thesaurus …   Law dictionary

  • reassert — (v.) 1660s, from RE (Cf. re ) + ASSERT (Cf. assert). Related: Reasserted; reasserting; reassertion …   Etymology dictionary

  • reassert — ► VERB ▪ assert again. DERIVATIVES reassertion noun …   English terms dictionary

  • reassert — [spelling only] …   English World dictionary

  • reassert — re|as|sert [ˌri:əˈsə:t US ˈsə:rt] v [T] 1.) reassert your authority/power/control to do or say something to make your position stronger after a period when it seemed weak ▪ The Prime Minister aimed to reassert his authority. 2.) to state a fact… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • reassert — [[t]ri͟ːəsɜ͟ː(r)t[/t]] reasserts, reasserting, reasserted 1) VERB If you reassert your control or authority, you make it clear that you are still in a position of power, or you strengthen the power that you had. [V n] ...the government s… …   English dictionary

  • reassert — verb assert again They were tied to a revived religious class that took advantage of the end of anticlerical despotism to reassert Islamic views and practices and to regain some of their former sociopolitical status …   Wiktionary

  • reassert — verb Reassert is used with these nouns as the object: ↑control …   Collocations dictionary

  • reassert — v.t. * * * …   Universalium

  • reassert — re·as·sert || ‚rɪːə sÉœrt / sɜːt v. claim again, state again, redeclare …   English contemporary dictionary

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