English translation of 'constituir'
1. (representar) to constitute
2. (formar) to form
3. (estabelecer) to establish, set up
4. (nomear) to appoint
constituir-se reflexive verb
constituir-se em to set o.s. up as; (representar) to constitute
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'constituir' in Other Languages
British English: make up /meɪk ʌp/ VERB
The people or things that make up something are the members or parts that form that thing.
Women officers make up 13 per cent of the police force.
- American English: make up
- Arabic: يَتَكَوَّنُ مِنَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: constituir
- Chinese: 构成
- Croatian: činiti
- Czech: tvořit skládat se z
- Danish: udgøre
- Dutch: opmaken
- European Spanish: representar
- Finnish: muodostaa
- French: inventer
- German: versöhnen (sich)
- Greek: αποτελώ
- Italian: consistere
- Japanese: 埋め合わせる
- Korean: 구성하다
- Norwegian: utgjøre
- Polish: sporządzić
- European Portuguese: constituir
- Romanian: a reprezenta
- Russian: составлять
- Spanish: componer un grupo
- Swedish: bli sams
- Thai: เป็นส่วนของ
- Turkish: uzlaşmak
- Ukrainian: складати
- Vietnamese: cấu thành
British English: constitute VERB
If something constitutes a particular thing, it can be regarded as being that thing.
Testing patients without their consent would constitute a professional and legal offence.
Translation of constituir from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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