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Detailed Synonyms for declaring in English

declaring:

declaring [the ~] noun

  1. the declaring
    the prescribe; the determine; the requiring; the dictating; the declaring; the decreeing; the ordering

Translation Matrix for declaring:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
declaring declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring
decreeing declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring
determine declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring determine
dictating declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring
ordering declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring order; ordering; ordination
prescribe declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring
requiring declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
determine ascertain; check; decide; define; determine; establish; find; find out; fix; identify; influence; learn; limit; make up one's mind; mold; outline; regulate; see; set; settle; shape; specify; square off; square up; watch
prescribe dictate; order; prescribe
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
determine determine
prescribe lay; place; prescribe; put
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ordering ordering

Related Words for "declaring":


declaring form of declare:

to declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)

  1. to declare
    to declare; to give
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
    • give verb (gives, gave, giving)
  2. to declare
    to announce; to proclaim; to declare; to state; to expound
    • announce verb (announces, announced, announcing)
    • proclaim verb (proclaims, proclaimed, proclaiming)
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
    • state verb (states, stated, stating)
    • expound verb (expounds, expounded, expounding)
  3. to declare
    to declare; to express
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
    • express verb (expresss, expressed, expressing)
  4. to declare
    to write down; to register; to declare; to take down
    • write down verb (writes down, wrote down, writing down)
    • register verb (registers, registered, registering)
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
    • take down verb (takes down, took down, taking down)
  5. to declare
    – state firmly 1
    to declare
    – state firmly 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • He declared that he was innocent1
  6. to declare
    – declare to be 1
    to hold; to declare; to adjudge
    – declare to be 1
    • hold verb (holds, held, holding)
      • judge held that the defendant was innocent1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • She was declared incompetent1
    • adjudge verb (adjudges, adjudged, adjudging)
  7. to declare
    – announce publicly or officially 1
    to declare; to announce
    – announce publicly or officially 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • The President declared war1
    • announce verb (announces, announced, announcing)
  8. to declare
    – proclaim one's support, sympathy, or opinion for or against 1
    to declare
    – proclaim one's support, sympathy, or opinion for or against 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • His wife declared at once for moving to the West Coast1
  9. to declare
    – state emphatically and authoritatively 1
    to declare
    – state emphatically and authoritatively 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • He declared that he needed more money to carry out the task he was charged with1
  10. to declare
    – make a declaration (of dutiable goods) to a customs official 1
    to declare
    – make a declaration (of dutiable goods) to a customs official 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • Do you have anything to declare?1
  11. to declare
    – designate (a trump suit or no-trump) with the final bid of a hand 1
    to declare
    – designate (a trump suit or no-trump) with the final bid of a hand 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
  12. to declare
    – authorize payments of 1
    to declare
    – authorize payments of 1
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)
      • declare dividends1
  13. to declare
    – To specify the name and type of a variable that will be used in a program. In most high-level programming languages, variables are declared at the beginning of sections of code. 2
    to declare
    – To specify the name and type of a variable that will be used in a program. In most high-level programming languages, variables are declared at the beginning of sections of code. 2
    • declare verb (declares, declared, declaring)

Conjugations for declare:

present
  1. declare
  2. declare
  3. declares
  4. declare
  5. declare
  6. declare
simple past
  1. declared
  2. declared
  3. declared
  4. declared
  5. declared
  6. declared
present perfect
  1. have declared
  2. have declared
  3. has declared
  4. have declared
  5. have declared
  6. have declared
past continuous
  1. was declaring
  2. were declaring
  3. was declaring
  4. were declaring
  5. were declaring
  6. were declaring
future
  1. shall declare
  2. will declare
  3. will declare
  4. shall declare
  5. will declare
  6. will declare
continuous present
  1. am declaring
  2. are declaring
  3. is declaring
  4. are declaring
  5. are declaring
  6. are declaring
subjunctive
  1. be declared
  2. be declared
  3. be declared
  4. be declared
  5. be declared
  6. be declared
diverse
  1. declare!
  2. let's declare!
  3. declared
  4. declaring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for declare:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
clear clear; open
express express; express mail; expressage; limited
give give; spring; springiness
hold appreciation; barrel; bucket; butt; cargo area; cargo deck; cargo hold; cask; clasp; clench; clutch; clutches; custody; delay; detainment; detention; drum; grasp; grip; handgrip; handle; having a grip; hold; keep; pail; pan; postponement; ship's hold; storage area; time lag; tub; vat; vessel; wait
register account register; cash register; electoral roll; file; index; list; list of voters; membership register; membership roll; register; registrer's office; registry; registry office; transaction list
state body politic; commonwealth; condition; country; empire; kingdom; land; nation; position; province; res publica; situation; state; state of matter; status
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
adjudge adjudge; declare; hold
announce announce; declare; expound; proclaim; state advertise; advertize; announce; annunciate; communicate; denote; foretell; give notice of; harbinger; herald; impart; inform; intimate; make one's opinion known; proclaim; report; state
clear acquit; assoil; authorise; authorize; brighten; bring in; clean; clean out; clean up; clear; clear baggage; clear out; clear the table; clear up; discharge; disengage; drain; earn; empty; empty the table; enter; evacuate; exculpate; exonerate; finish; found innocent; free; gain; give a good cleaning; light up; make; make empty; net; pass; pull in; realise; realize; remove; remove what is inside; sack; sack up; sell off; sell out; solve; take in; take out; tidy out; tidy up; top; unclutter; wash
declare adjudge; announce; declare; expound; express; give; hold; proclaim; register; state; take down; write down
expound announce; declare; expound; proclaim; state clarify; cover; define; depict; describe; dilate; elaborate; elucidate; enlarge; exemplify; expand; expatiate; explain; exposit; expound; flesh out; illustrate; lucubrate; recount; report; say; set forth; tell; throw light on
express declare; express admit; carry; convey; demonstrate; display; evince; exhibit; express; express oneself; extract; give expression to; give tongue to; impersonate; phrase; press out; put into words; reveal; reveal oneself; show; speak; spout; state; talk; unload; utter; ventilate; verbalise; verbalize; voice
give declare; give afford; allocate; allot; apply; assign; bestow; bestow on; break; bring; bring around; cave in; chip in; collapse; commit; confer; consecrate; contribute; dedicate; delate; deliver; deliver up; devote; dispense; donate; ease up; establish; extend; fall in; feed; founder; furnish; generate; gift; give; give a present; give to; give way; grant; hand; hand over; hand over to; have; hold; impart; kick in; leave; make; move over; offer; open; pass; pass on; pay; present; present with; provide; reach; render; return; sacrifice; send; send round; ship; supply; throw; turn over; yield
hold adjudge; declare; hold accommodate; admit; agree; apply; apprehend; arrest; bear; bind; book; carry; check; concord; concur; confine; contain; control; curb; deem; defend; defy; detain; don't let go of; entertain; get to know; give; go for; grasp; guard; halt; hang on; harbor; harbour; have; have got; hold; hold back; hold in; hold up; imprison; keep; keep back; lock up; maintain; make; moderate; nurse; obligate; oblige; obtain; pick up; preserve; prevail; put in gaol; realise; realize; reserve; restrain; retain; seize; stand by; stand firm; support; sustain; take; take for; take hold; throw; uphold; view as; withstand
proclaim announce; declare; expound; proclaim; state advertise; advertize; announce; call; declare names; exalt; exclaim; extol; give notice; give notice of; glorify; laud; predicate; proclaim; promulgate; publish
register declare; register; take down; write down apply; book; cross-file; engage; enlist; enrol; enrol for; enroll; enter; enter in the land registry; enter into; file; give up; hand down; index; indexate; inscribe; list; note; note down; put in writing; read; record; register; report oneself; show; sign on; subscribe; survey; write down
state announce; declare; expound; proclaim; state announce; communicate; express; impart; inform; intimate; make one's opinion known; posit; put forward; report; say; state; submit; tell
take down declare; register; take down; write down break down; break up; bring down; degrade; demean; demolish; destroy; disgrace; dismantle; drag down; get down; let down; level; lower; minute; note; pull down; put down; put to the sword; rase; raze; take down; tear down; tear loose; wreck
write down declare; register; take down; write down book; enter into; expense; get down; inscribe; list; note; note down; put down; record; register; set down; write down; write off
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
clear absolved; clean; clean-cut; clear; clear-cut; cleared; decipherable; exculpated; exonerated; light; open; percipient; readable; unclouded; unmortgaged; vindicated; well-defined
express express
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
clear all the way; clear; clearly
express express
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
adjudge adjudge; ascribe; award; grant
announce announce; make known; make public; proclaim
clear clear; clear in the customs; declare; declare in the customs arrange; clarify; clear; clear in; clear through the Customs; given; lucid; make way
clear in the customs clear; clear in the customs; declare; declare in the customs
declare clear; clear in the customs; declare; declare in the customs
declare in the customs clear; clear in the customs; declare; declare in the customs
express express; express through train
give emit; give
hold be in possession of; have; hold
proclaim announce; make known; proclaim
register damper; enter; official register; register; stylistic value
state advance; constitution; mention; put forward; set forth; state; stipulate
take down make a note of; note down; take down; teach a thing or two
write down write down
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
clear accomplished; achieved; amusing; animated; as clear as plain day-light; as plain as day; attentive; blank; bright; buoyant; cheerful; clarifying; clear; clear as daylight; clear sounding; clear-cut; cloudless; colorful; colorless; colourful; colourless; completed; comprehensible; concluded; cooked; dependable; diaphanous; directly; discernible; distinct; done; eager; eagre; enchanted; enthusiastic; evident; festive; finished; flagrant; funny; gay; glass-like; glassiness; graphic; happy; identifiable; intelligible; jolly; joyful; joyous; luminous; manifest; merry; mystified; neat; obvious; out; over; pale; passionate; pellucid; pleasant; prepared; ready; ready for use; recognisable; recognizable; reliable; ringing; roguish; safe; see-through; sly; spell bound; sunny; tidy; translucent; transparent; trusted; trustworthy; unambiguous; unburdened; unclouded; under enchantment; understandable; unequivocal; unmarked; unmistakable; vibrant; vitreous

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Related Definitions for "declare":

  1. state firmly1
    • He declared that he was innocent1
  2. declare to be1
    • She was declared incompetent1
  3. announce publicly or officially1
    • The President declared war1
  4. proclaim one's support, sympathy, or opinion for or against1
    • His wife declared at once for moving to the West Coast1
  5. state emphatically and authoritatively1
    • He declared that he needed more money to carry out the task he was charged with1
  6. make a declaration (of dutiable goods) to a customs official1
    • Do you have anything to declare?1
  7. designate (a trump suit or no-trump) with the final bid of a hand1
  8. authorize payments of1
    • declare dividends1
  9. To specify the name and type of a variable that will be used in a program. In most high-level programming languages, variables are declared at the beginning of sections of code.2



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