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From the Spanish verb compulsar:
compulsa is:
   3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Indicative

com·pul·sa  Feminine - Noun - Singular
  1. Translate "compulsa" to English: certified true copy, certificate, certification, certified copy, attested copy, attested copy of a document, authenticated copy
    Spanish Synonyms of "compulsa": certificado, acta, cédula, certificación, copia certificada, copia conforme, documento justificativo, copia autenticada
    Define meaning of "compulsa": Copia certificada de un documento. ; Copia o traslado de una escritura, instrumento o autos, sacado judicialmente y cotejado con su original.

  2. Translate "compulsa" to English: certification
    Spanish Synonyms of "compulsa": certificación, adveración, legalización
    Define meaning of "compulsa": Comparación de un documento con otro para verificar su autenticidad.

  3. Translate "compulsa" to English: officially compared and attested instrument


  4. Translate "compulsa" to English: competitive bidding, competitive bidding as used in Argentina
    Spanish Synonyms of "compulsa": licitación, subasta pública, concurso de competencia, concurso de competencia de precios, concurso de precios, concurso de subasta, licitación pública, ofertas de libre competencia

com·pul·sar  Verb
  1. Translate "compulsar" to English: make an official copy of, certify, make an attested copy of
    Spanish Synonyms of "compulsar": certificar, hacer constar, adverar, autentificar
    Define meaning of "compulsar": Asegurar(se), afirmar(se), dar(se) por cierta alguna cosa.
  2. Ella compulsó el escrito, She made an official copy of the document.

  3. Translate "compulsar" to English: collate, compare
    Spanish Synonyms of "compulsar": comparar, cotejar, contrastar, correlacionar, establecer un paralelismo entre, parear, colacionar, confrontar
    Define meaning of "compulsar": Examinar dos o más documentos, cotejándolos o comparándolos entre sí. ; Verificar documentos comparándolos.
  4. Ella compulsó sus actitudes, She collated their attitudes.

  5. Translate "compulsar" to English: make an official copy
    Spanish Synonyms of "compulsar": hacer una copia oficial
  6. Los abogados compulsan siempre, Lawyers make an official copy always.

Verb Conjugation for "compulsar"
Gerund: compulsando
Past Participle: compulsado

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

compulso

compulsas

compulsa

compulsamos

compulsáis

compulsan

compulsé

compulsaste

compulsó

compulsamos

compulsasteis

compulsaron

compulsaré

compulsarás

compulsará

compulsaremos

compulsaréis

compulsarán

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