Translation of supposed in Spanish:


supuesto, adj.

Pronunciation /səˈpəʊzd//səˈpoʊzd//səˈpoʊzəd/


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    (author/time/date) supuesto
    • The most hair-raising, perhaps, is a purge of supposed felons from the voter rolls that denied political rights to thousands of innocent citizens, most of whom were African-American.
    • But as someone under the age of 30, who grew up in London, I find that the supposed golden age before mass immigration is somewhat alien.
    • In particular, Richard Skinner is dubious about the President's supposed improvement among urban dwellers.
    • Christians ignore the real source of the supposed power of homeopathy - an unmeasurable, undefined (no one says exactly what it is) mystical "energy."
    • One of the Biblical stories that forms a central part of creationist beliefs is the supposed universal flood of Genesis.
    • Mr Logan referred to our supposed selfish genes, a term he took from evolutionary biologist, Steven Dawkins.
    • "The Passion of the Christ" also includes an invented scene in which Pilate laments his supposed dilemma.
    • Peter just barely escapes the attack, while Peter's supposed friend Childress (Cassavetes), also a government agent, whisks Robin away.
    • Some have retreated to the supposed safety of the Green Zone.
    • He is simply too much of a freak, and his supposed childhood trauma too specialized and contrived, for us to take him seriously.
    • But in the past year, multiple members of the same family have sued us for supposed discrimination.
    • As a consequence both clerical and secular moralists felt able to criticize fashion on the grounds of the supposed morality or immorality of clothing and personal adornment.
    • McClure worked as a pastor in Indianapolis's southeast neighborhoods from the early 1970s through the 1990s, and he also noticed a pattern to southerners' supposed transience.
    • A further reason for not assessing the Lewisham Gateway site as being accessible is the supposed aim of the developer to provide for a higher provider use.
    • The legitimation stage involves getting approval for the plan, and winning support from the community by demonstrating supposed benefits from the plan.
    • "A lot of times, two supposed wrongs do make a right," says Leadbetter.
    • I bet they'd be easier to find than the supposed alleged secret cache of biological and chemical weapons.