Translation of formalize in Spanish:

formalize

formalizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔrməˌlaɪz//ˈfɔːm(ə)lʌɪz/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (make official)
    (plan/agreement/rules) formalizar
    (plan/agreement/rules) dar carácter oficial a
    • I recognise that the legal action we took in September in order to formalise our agreement with Tracy created an unfortunate and regrettable public dispute.
    • In August, Pin and Pornsanong signed a memorandum formalizing the deal.
    • For this group within the Bank, RLS could help to authorize and formalize their own methods and strategies.
    • In a move further designed to encourage false testimony, the camp authorities formalised a system of ‘rewards’.
    • This also necessitated formalising aspects of our collaboration with various legal documents regarding branding and ownership.
    • It is very important to understand that the rituals and ceremonies carried out must be recognised and accepted by the community concerned as being the proper ones for formalising a marriage.
    • A legal search is under way to formalise ownership of the property, which was built in 1806 by Pierce Barron of Faha to help educate the poor of the parish.
    • That local authorities seek to formalise such choices shows their curious understanding of democratic engagement, as complicating, regulating and ratifying simple day-to-day decisions.
    • Approving these minutes formalizes the business of these on-site and telephone meetings.
    • A letter of understanding dated 27th October 1998 was signed between the company and a third party and on 19th October 1999 a deed of assignment was signed to formalise this letter of understanding.
    • Besides formalizing the legal equality of women, such a ruling could help fortify the resolve of police who must invariably come to the women's aid and repel acts of aggression.
    • It would have been helpful if the patient had formalized those wishes by signing an advance directive.
    • The civil union legislation exists because the Marriage Act as it was - the only basis to formalise the legal status of relationships - was vulnerable to human rights complaints.
    • Hence, the third proposal: Take records seriously and implement certification systems to formalize them, taking special notice of the promises you must make to succeed.
    • Morton agrees that parents should formalise arrangements with a solicitor.
    • Gradually, nurses gained status as training programs were formalized and hospitals were transformed into places of healing.
    • This can grow into a serious authorship dispute, especially if the authorship issues are not formalized before submission.
    • But I think for that reason, as they both get older, they will want to formalize their marriage.
    • The deal, which was signed last Friday, formalized the four parties' plan to form a strategic alliance that they entered into under a memorandum of understanding last October.
    • Mechanisms for formalizing occupation rights were specified in twentieth century legal codes and the 1967 constitution, which recognized the right of every citizen to a plot of land.
  • 2

    (introduce formality)
    (event/occasion) dar carácter formal a