declare

01. The President has [declared] a war on drugs in the U.S.
02. The Prime Minister has [declared] an election for this fall.
03. You have to make out a customs [declaration] of what is in your package if you are going to mail it overseas.
04. He [declared] he would not stop fighting until all men were free.
05. The President has [declared] that the war is officially over.
06. He made a mistake in [declaring] his income on his tax form, and now owes the government over $500.
07. The Prime Minister has announced that England has just [declared] war on Germany.
08. Tran neglected to [declare] some cigarettes and beer at the border, and was fined over a hundred dollars.
09. Claude Helvetius once said that to limit the press is to insult a nation, and to prohibit reading of certain books is to [declare] the inhabitants to be either fools or slaves.
10. President George W. Bush has [declared] war on terrorism in the aftermath of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
11. To warn off other males, orangutans burp loudly to [declare] their territory.
12. You must [declare] everything you have purchased or acquired abroad at Customs.
13. The American colonies [declared] independence from England in 1776.
14. On September 2, 1945, Ho Chi Minh [declared] Vietnam to be a free and independent country.
15. The new state of Israel was attacked by Transjordan, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon just hours after [declaring] its independence in 1948.
16. England and France [declared] war on Germany two days after the country's military invaded Poland.
17. In October of 1941, German dictator Adolf Hitler [declared]: "Russia is defeated, and will never rise again."

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  • declare — de‧clare [dɪˈkleə ǁ ˈkler] verb [transitive] 1. to make something known officially to the public: • Shares in the company, which declared a £216 million loss, fell 712p to 334p. • Two dominant companies have declared major redundancy programmes… …   Financial and business terms

  • declare — de·clare vt de·clared, de·clar·ing 1: to make known formally, officially, or explicitly declaring who shall then act as President U.S. Constitution amend. XX 2 a: to make a full statement of (one s taxable property) didn t declare some of his… …   Law dictionary

  • déclaré — déclaré, ée [ deklare ] adj. • XVIIe; de déclarer ♦ Qui se veut tel, s est fait connaître comme tel (lorsque cet aveu n est pas habituel). Un raciste déclaré. Être l ennemi déclaré de qqn. ⇒ juré. déclaré, ée adj. Avoué, reconnu; qui a nettement… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Declare — De*clare (d[ e]*kl[^a]r ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Declared} (d[ e]*kl[^a]rd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Declaring}.] [F. d[ e]clarer, from L. declarare; de + clarare to make clear, clarus, clear, bright. See {Clear}.] 1. To make clear; to free from… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • déclaré — déclaré, ée (dé kla ré, rée) part. passé. 1°   Dont la déclaration est faite. Les naissances déclarées à la municipalité. La guerre est déclarée. •   Après mille ans et plus de guerre déclarée, Les loups firent la paix avecque les brebis, LA FONT …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • declare — 1 Declare, announce, publish, advertise, proclaim, promulgate, broadcast (and their corresponding nouns declaration, announcement, publication, advertisement, proclamation, promulgation, broadcasting) denote to make known (or a making known)… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • declare — [dē kler′, dikler′] vt. declared, declaring [ME declaren < OFr declarer < L declarare < de , intens. + clarare, to make clear < clarus, CLEAR] 1. to make clearly known; state or announce openly, formally, etc. 2. to show or reveal 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • Declare — De*clare , v. i. 1. To make a declaration, or an open and explicit avowal; to proclaim one s self; often with for or against; as, victory declares against the allies. [1913 Webster] Like fawning courtiers, for success they wait, And then come… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • declare — [v1] make known clearly or officially acknowledge, advance, advocate, affirm, allegate, allege, announce, argue, assert, asservate, attest, aver, avow, be positive, blaze, bring forward, certify, cite, claim, confess, confirm, contend, convey,… …   New thesaurus

  • declare — ► VERB 1) announce solemnly or officially. 2) (declare oneself) reveal one s intentions or identity. 3) (declared) having admitted that one is the specified thing: a declared atheist. 4) acknowledge possession of (income or goods on which tax or… …   English terms dictionary

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