Definition of 'certificate'
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Una's birth certificate - Mother, Wendy Musgrave: Father, Philip Grace, medical practitioner. SPLITTING (2002)A death certificate for a Mary Agnes Murphy survived in London. DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN (2002)She put her hand on mine, which still held her birth certificate. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE (2002)
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British English: certificate /səˈtɪfɪkɪt/ NOUN
A certificate is an official document which states that particular facts are true, or which you receive when you have successfully completed a course of study or training.
- American English: certificate
- Arabic: شِهَادَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: certificado
- Chinese: 证书
- Croatian: potvrda
- Czech: osvědčení
- Danish: certifikat
- Dutch: certificaat
- European Spanish: certificado
- Finnish: todistus
- French: certificat
- German: Bescheinigung
- Greek: πιστοποιητικό
- Italian: certificato
- Japanese: 証明書
- Korean: 증명서
- Norwegian: sertifikat
- Polish: świadectwo
- European Portuguese: certificado
- Romanian: certificat
- Russian: удостоверение
- Spanish: certificado
- Swedish: certifikat
- Thai: ประกาศนียบัตร
- Turkish: sertifika
- Ukrainian: сертифікат
- Vietnamese: giấy chứng nhận
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