Translation of certificate in Spanish:


certificado, n.

Pronunciation: /sərˈtɪfəkət//səˈtɪfɪkət/


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    (in UK)
    certificado masculine
    marriage certificate (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) acta de matrimonio Mexico
    • death certificate acta de defunción
    • birth certificate acta de nacimiento
    • share certificate acción
    • (in UK) Certificate of Education certificado de escolaridad
    • However, as the legal proof showing the marriage relationship, the certificate is an important tool to protect one's legitimate rights.
    • A certificate of death was said to be available, although there are questions about its authenticity.
    • In this case, Suri was born on April 18 but the certificate was not filed until May 8, 20 days later.
    • During 1993-2000 general practitioner A would therefore have been the practice doctor who signed off the most certificates for deaths in the nursing homes.
    • Ever wanted to obtain a copy of a certificate of a birth, death or marriage?
    • The authors used data from police records, birth certificates, and certificates of fetal death from Utah between 1992 and 1999.
    • It works by allowing people to find the index number for births, marriages and deaths so they can order copies of the certificates they need.
    • Her power lies in her refusal even to ‘name’ him on her own certificate of birth.
    • Gall read the document and discovered that the Army pathologist who signed the certificate had checked ‘homicide’ as the cause of death.
    • A short certificate of birth can then be issued.
    • In Grier's case, Brooke herself signed two days after her birth and the certificate was filed nine days after the baby was born.
    • Other parishes had to apply to him for certificates for marriage.
    • Their birth has to be registered and certificates issued,’ he says with a tinge of regret.
    • Bear in mind that medical reports and birth, marriage or other certificates may also be required by employers in your destination country.
    • If the White Paper becomes legislation, paper certificates for births, marriages and deaths will be replaced in a few years by a central computerised database.
    • Moreover some of these physicians often issue a certificate of death before making a check up and ascertaining the cause of death.
    • The cause of death is not on the certificate, but we will be told early this week.
    • There was her mother and father's wedding certificate, and certificates of death.

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