There are 2 main translations of sworn in Spanish

: sworn1sworn2

sworn1

Pronunciation /swɔːn//swɔrn/

participle


There are 2 main translations of sworn in Spanish

: sworn1sworn2

sworn2

declarado, adj.

adjective

  • 1

    (confirmed)
    (teetotaller/enemy/atheist) declarado
    (atheist/enemy/teetotaller) acérrimo
    • Through lies and misunderstanding this results in him becoming the sworn enemy of his own mother.
    • This country was owned by a sworn enemy of Richard - Duke Leopold of Austria.
    • My mother and stepmother are sworn enemies owing to my mother's treatment of my stepsister when we were small.
    • It requires you sit down and strike deals not with your friends, but with your sworn enemies.
    • She was still my sworn enemy who was trying to tear me down in whatever way possible.
    • They were sworn enemies and officially I don't think they recognised that they used the same data centre.
    • Why am I so driven to protect her, she who by definition should be my sworn enemy?
    • It may like to be hailed as the saviour of Hindus but not as the sworn enemy of minorities.
    • The mention of critics can only bring us to the topic of Nunn's sworn enemy.
    • As with nearly every cartoon with a dog or a cat in it, there has to be a representative of their sworn enemies.
    • Perhaps worse, he has made a sworn enemy of the man who just happens to be the best fly - fisherman in the Dale.
    • It wasn't long before brother and sister were sworn enemies.
    • Our sworn opponent may not so much have rejected this truth as failed to grasp it.
    • Somehow they blamed each other, deciding their sworn enemy was the sole reason for their anger.
    • They must provide hospitality to anyone who asks even if he be a sworn enemy.
  • 2

    (made on oath)
    (statement) jurado
    he gave sworn evidence declaró / depuso bajo juramento
    • All they have to do is to put a sworn statement declaring that they were not part of the process.
    • Now, Reid has asked the Thai embassy to allow Care to give a sworn statement to be sent to the Thai judge.
    • What did you have in mind when you wrote that sentence in sworn evidence in Australia?
    • He said if a woman found she was married to a stranger she would need to submit a sworn affidavit.
    • Neither side has asserted that the sworn evidence is inherently improbable.
    • The claim was denied by Mr Ashcroft, who also gave sworn testimony yesterday.
    • Mr Griffin, you say at every point of her sworn evidence in her father's trial she said she did it for herself?
    • Hochhuth claimed that he had sworn statements from secret informers witnessed by eminent academics.
    • There was no reference to this meeting in any of the developer's sworn statements to the tribunal.
    • Don't we have the right, even duty, to be outraged if they betray our trust and their own sworn oaths?
    • Which is why it is usually the kind of question that needs some sworn evidence attached to it.
    • Judging by their sworn statements, Smith will always get the benefit of the doubt before a jury of his peers.
    • The judge asked the witness to be brought back again and give a sworn statement again.
    • The only thing that will give us the answers seems to be a sworn inquiry.
    • Since then, Davis has gathered hundreds of court records and the sworn testimony of two dozen witnesses.
    • She did not have the funds to take him to court and she saw no benefit in going to court after she got his sworn information.
    • The act obliges people making personal injury claims to make a sworn affidavit of their claim.
    • Her husband, in turn, forfeits any paternity claims over children born subsequent to their sworn oaths.
    • He then stated that he was pretty sure that he did not receive the sworn information, but that he did not recall it.
    • The article was based on a sworn statement not so far adduced in evidence at Dublin Castle.