otorgar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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otorgar

  
      vt  
1    (=conceder)  
  [+privilegio, ayuda, independencia, permiso]  
to grant     ( a      to)     
  [+premio]  
to award     ( a      to)     
  [+poderes, título]  
to confer     ( a      on)     
  [+esfuerzo, tiempo]  
to devote     ( a      to)  
2      (Jur)   (=ejecutar)   to execute  
  [+testamento]  
to make
3    (=consentir en)   to consent to, agree to
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
otorgar v.
issue
El Ayuntamiento atorgará el certificado dentro de 15 días. - The town/city council shall issue the certificate within 15 days.

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he was honoured {o} honored for his bravery
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'otorgar' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
conceder {or} otorgar algo a algn
"otorgar": examples and translations in context
Tiendo a otorgar mociones de cese. I'm inclined to grant the motion to dismiss.
Pero el punto es que no podemos otorgar esas concesiones ahora. But the point is we cannot grant these concession now.
Se han establecido condiciones específicas para otorgar el pasaporte. Specific conditions for the granting of a passport have been laid down.
Somos responsables del mantenimiento, no sólo de otorgar licencias. Now, we're responsible for the upkeep, not just the granting of licenses.
El Senado ha decidido otorgar hoy una corona al poderoso César. The senate have concluded to give this day a crown to mighty Caesar.
Ya no podemos otorgar privilegios basados en raza. We can't afford any longer to give people privileges... on the basis of race.
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