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v. declarar, afirmar, aseverar, decir, enunciar, hacer constar, manifestar, poner de manifiesto, relatar

s. estado, condición, situación; estados gubernamentales

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The word "state" in Spanish is "estado". It is pronounced "eh-STAH-doe". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.

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