Translation of pronouncement in Spanish:

pronouncement

declaración, n.

Pronunciation /prəˈnaʊnsmənt//prəˈnaʊnsm(ə)nt/

noun

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    declaración feminine
    dictamen masculine
    • Only a conciliar decision of the whole church can make such authoritative and binding pronouncements.
    • Scientists cannot allow authoritarian pronouncements to replace objective evidence.
    • Arrogant pronouncements by leading Eurocrats and national politicians who pretend to be in favour of more integration have not been helpful.
    • His pronouncements often counter his own stated commitment to reconciliation, and we don't need to repeat all of them to prove our point.
    • We get lots of grand events and the pronouncements of politicians, but very little of what was going on behind the scenes.
    • It styles itself as a canon - an authoritative pronouncement on great literature.
    • There was something emphatic, even challenging, in his pronouncement that discouraged questioning.
    • Most people don't understand how Government works and therefore accept its pronouncements in all cases except where it has a major impact on their wallet.
    • I don't have general pronouncements to make about how these should be resolved.
    • The sooner educationalists use accessible and understandable terms, the more sensible their pronouncements will become.
    • It is not enough to go entirely by the pronouncements of politicians or the media of either side.
    • In the last few years the pronouncements of European leaders certainly went in that direction.
    • It is certainly in his commercial interests to make his pronouncements sound as authoritative as possible.
    • If the pronouncement had been directed at a different predicament, it would have been safe to say it was the only way she could have kept herself sane.
    • The genial exterior hid a wily political mind which made his public pronouncements feared by many politicians.
    • Unfortunately, certain events prevented me from offering an encompassing pronouncement last weekend.
    • The theological message of ritual scourging was made clear to spectators in formal pronouncements.
    • They began to lose faith in public pronouncements by politicians.
    • Such pronouncements are premature but the warnings are certainly in place.
    • Politicians are good at making grand pronouncements about tackling the problem, but sustainable solutions are difficult to implement.