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claim  Verb
Plural: claims
  1. Translate "claim" to Spanish: reclamar, demandar, exigir, cobrar, pedir en juicio, pretender, cobrarse
    English Synonyms of "claim": ask for, demand, lay claim to, dust off, dust the cobwebs off, reclaim
    Define meaning of "claim": Ask for legally or make a legal claim to, as of debts, for example.
  2. She claims a big compensation, Ella cobra una gran indemnización.
    They claimed on the maximum allowable amount.

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  3. Translate "claim" to Spanish: afirmar, aducir, alegar, aseverar, mantener
    English Synonyms of "claim": affirm, assure, declare, state, allege, assert, sustain
    Define meaning of "claim": Assert or affirm strongly; state to be true or existing.
  4. He claimed that he killed the burglar.

  5. Translate "claim" to Spanish: aducir que
    English Synonyms of "claim": adduce, adduce that, affirm that, allege, allege that, claim that


  6. Translate "claim" to Spanish: acogerse a
    English Synonyms of "claim": have recourse to, recur to, resort to, seek sanctuary in, seek sanctuary with, take advantage of

claim  Noun
  1. Translate "claim" to Spanish: pretensión, demanda, reclamo, reclamación, petición
    English Synonyms of "claim": complaint, petition, protest, request, demand, grumble, pretension, exaction, pretense
    Define meaning of "claim": Demand for something as rightful or due.
  2. They struck in support of their claim for a shorter work day.

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  3. Translate "claim" to Spanish: argumentación, aseveración, enunciación, aserto
    English Synonyms of "claim": arguing, argumentation, assertion, debate, allegation, contention, disputation
    Define meaning of "claim": An assertion that something is true or factual.
  4. His claim that he was innocent.
    Evidence contradicted the government's claims.


  5. Translate "claim" to Spanish: derecho

  6. Translate "claim" to Spanish: activo financiero
    English Synonyms of "claim": financial assets, financial claim

  7. Translate "claim" to Spanish: crédito, creencia
    English Synonyms of "claim": financial claim


  8. Translate "claim" to Spanish: ocurso
    English Synonyms of "claim": plea, petition
    Define meaning of "claim": A defendant's answer by a factual matter (as distinguished from a demurrer).

  9. Translate "claim" to Spanish: créditos por cobrar
    English Synonyms of "claim": receivables
    Define meaning of "claim": Money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts.

Verb Conjugation for "claim"
Gerund: claiming

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Conceptually-related expressions of "claim"
abandon a claim
abandonment of a claim
accepted claim
adjust a claim
adjust the claim
adjustment of a claim
adjustment of claims
adjustment of insurance claims
admit a claim
admittance of a claim
admitted claim
advance one's unsubstantiated claims
adverse claim
allow a claim
application for adjudication of claim
assert a claim
assignment of a claim
assignment of claim
average claim
baggage claim
basis for a claim
basis of the claim
be claimed that
be commonly claimed
be commonly claimed that
be safe from any claim
belated claim
certificate of claim
colorable claim
colourable claim
constitute a claim against
constitute a claim on
contingent claim
counter-claim
Court of Claims
creditor of a bankrupt who claims title
creditor's claim
cross-border claim
cross claim
customers' claims receivable
death claim
debt claim
declare one's claim on
defendant's denial of the claim
disallowance of a claim
dividend claim
encashable loan claim
enforceability of a claim
enforceable tax claim
enter a claim
enter a claim against
entitled to claim
examine a claim
external claim
false claim
file a claim
file a mining claim
financial claim
financial claims held
financial outstanding claim
fix the claim
foreign claim
foreign claims
forfeiture of a mining claim
fraudulent claim
grant a claim
have a claim on
honor a claim
improper claim
indirect claim
initial claim
insurance claim
insurance claim adjuster
interpose formal legal claim for
interpose formal legal claim to
intervention with an independent claim
judicial claim
just claim
land claim
lay claim to
liability claim
liquidated claim
loan claim
lodge a claim
make a claim
make a claim for
marshaling the claims
mining claim
neurotic claim
no-claim bonus
no-claim discount
nonreserve claim
nonreserve claims
notice of claim
oppose the claim
order or other arbitration by a judge disposing of a claim
outstanding claim
patent claim
person entitled to make a claim
plead an opposing claim
preferential claim
premiums less claims
present a claim
press a claim
prior claim
proceedings concerning a large claim
proceedings concerning a small claim
proof of claim
put in a claim
quantum of the claim
quit claim deed
refuse a claim
rejection of a claim
reserve for unexpired claims
settle a claim
settlement of a claim
small claims court
statement by a party in a legal proceeding with the intention of proving a claim
supplemental claim
tax claim
Technical Subgroup on Nutrition Labelling and Claims
termination claim
third party claim
transborder claim
transborder interbank claim
travel claim
unsettled claims
unsustained claim
urgent claim
valid claim
wage-claim
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