constitute in Spanish and example sentences

constitute in Spanish

Pronunciation
v. constituir, componer, formar, integrar

Example Sentences

A severed penis constitutes a solid piece of evidence for rape.
Un pene cortado constituye una pieza importante de evidencia en una violación.
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These things constitute a balanced meal.
Estas cosas constituyen una comida balanceada.
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This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
Este símbolo tiene la finalidad de advertir al usuario sobre la existencia de un "voltaje peligroso" sin aislamiento dentro del producto que puede ser de suficiente magnitud para constituir un riesgo de descarga eléctrica para las personas.
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“These are just a few examples where it seems that there is a strong possibility that international humanitarian law has been violated, so, that could constitute war crimes,” Pillay told a special session of the Human Rights Council.
(Voice of America)
“Estos son sólo unos pocos ejemplos en los que parece que hay una fuerte posibilidad de que el derecho internacional humanitario se haya violado, de manera que podrían constituir crímenes de guerra,” dijo Pillay en una sesión especial del Consejo de Derechos Humanos.
(Voz de América)
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In at least 10 documented cases, HRW thinks that abusive tactics used by the security forces constitute torture.
(Voice of America)
En al menos 10 de los casos documentados, HRW piensa que las tácticas abusivas utilizadas por las fuerzas de seguridad constituyen tortura.
(Voz de América)
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The [appeals court] judges acquitted Berlusconi of the crime of abuse of power because “the facts do not exist,” and the crime of prostitution “because the fact does not constitute a crime.”
(Voice of America)
Los jueces absolvieron a Berlusconi del delito de abuso de poder porque “el hecho no subsiste” y del delito de prostitución de menores “porque el hecho no constituye delito.”
(Voz de América)
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Ukraine said the Russian move constitutes a “direct invasion.”
(Voice of America)
Ucrania dijo que la medida de Rusia un “invasión directa.”
(Voz de América)
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but only for the few, for the citizens of the little democracies, for the free men, leaving the slaves and barbarians who constituted the majority, in their misery.
pero sólo para unos cuantos, para los ciudadanos de sus pequeñas democracias, para los hombres libres, dejando abandonados a su miseria los esclavos y los bárbaros, que constituían la mayor parte.
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To Manuel, a man's superiority consisted in his talent, and, above all, in his cunning; to Bizco, courage and strength constituted the sole enviable qualities; the greatest merit of all was to be a real brute, as he would declare with enthusiasm.
Para Manuel, la superioridad de un hombre estaba en el talento y, sobre todo, en la maña; para el Bizco , el valor y la fuerza constituían las únicas cualidades envidiables: el mérito mayor para él era ser muy bruto, como decía con entusiasmo.
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They must constitute the central pillar of international governance.
Deben constituir el pilar central de la gobernanza internacional.
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Morbidity and mortality of population constitute an important health indicator.
La morbilidad y la mortalidad de la población constituyen un importante indicador de salud.
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It constitutes a flagrant, massive and systematic violation of the rights of an entire people.
Constituye una violación flagrante, masiva y sistemática de los derechos de todo un pueblo.
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Counsel maintains that the length of service constitutes discrimination on the basis of opinion.
El abogado sostiene que la duración del servicio constituye una discriminación por razones de opinión.
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The average molecular mass is approximately 31,300 daltons of which the protein moiety constitutes approximately 19,300.
El peso molecular promedio es aproximadamente 31.300 daltons de los que la molécula proteica constituye aproximadamente 19.300.
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The language of education constitutes a frequent battleground within education laws and policies.
El idioma de enseñanza constituye un frecuente campo de batalla dentro de las leyes y políticas educativas.
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Let me single out a few elements which constitute real progress.
Permítanme destacar algunos elementos que constituyen un progreso real.
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The existing instruments in this area constitute a fragmentary regime.
Los instrumentos existentes en este ámbito constituyen un sistema fragmentario.
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The curtailment of f-gases constitutes a major step.
La reducción de los gases fluorados constituye un paso importante.
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Twelve of these long strands constitute the outer layer of the Lattice.
Doce de estos largos filamentos constituyen la capa exterior del Entramado.
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This constituted a cryptographic milestone in the telegraph era.
Esto supondrá un hito en la criptografía telegráfica de la época.
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Synonyms for constitute
1. found: establish, create, develop, organise, organize
2. empower: commission, appoint, authorise, authorize, delegate
3. draft: enact, decree, legislate, order
4. make up: compound, frame, compose, aggregate
Verb forms for constitute
Present participle: constituting
Present: constitute (3.person: constitutes)
Past: constituted
Future: will constitute
Present conditional: would constitute
Present Perfect: have constituted (3.person: has constituted)
Past Perfect: had constituted
Future Perfect: will have constituted
Past conditional: would have constituted