proclamation
[prɒkləˈmeɪʃn]
NOUN
proclamations (plural noun)
  1. a public or official announcement dealing with a matter of great importance.
    "the issuing by the monarch of a proclamation dissolving Parliament"
Origin
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin proclamatio(n-), from proclamare ‘shout out’ ( see proclaim).
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How to use proclamation in a sentence?
the issuing by the monarch of a proclamation dissolving Parliament.
the government restricted the use of water by proclamation.
bold proclamations about their team's hopes for the season.
an accelerando passage leads to the proclamation.
How to say proclamation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)proklamasie
Arabic (NOUN)إعلان, الإعلان, بإعﻻن, وإعﻻن
Bangla ঘোষণা
Bosnian (Latin) proglas
Bulgarian (NOUN)прокламация, провъзгласяването, обявяването
Cantonese (Traditional) 宣言
Catalan (NOUN)proclamació, pregó
Chinese Simplified 宣言
Chinese Traditional 宣言
Croatian (NOUN)navještaj, proglas
Czech (NOUN)proklamace
Danish (NOUN)proklamation
Dutch (NOUN)proclamatie, afkondiging, uitroeping
Estonian (NOUN)kuulutuses, väljakuulutamine
Fijian ivakaro
Filipino pagpapahayag
Finnish (NOUN)julistus
French (NOUN)annonce, promulgation
German (NOUN)Proklamation, Verkündigung, Ausrufung, Deklaration, Manifest
Greek (NOUN)διακήρυξη, προκήρυξη, ανακήρυξη, μανιφέστο
Haitian Creole Pwoklamasyon
Hebrew מנשר
Hindi (NOUN)उद्घोषणा
Hmong Daw lus tshaj tawm
Hungarian (NOUN)kiáltvány, proklamáció
Indonesian (NOUN)proklamasi
Italian (NOUN)proclamazione, annuncio
Japanese (NOUN)布告, 宣言
Kiswahili (NOUN)tangazo, tamko
Korean (NOUN)포고문, 선포, 성명서
Latvian (NOUN)proklamēšana, pasludināšanu
Lithuanian (NOUN)paskelbtomis, atsišaukimas
Malagasy fanambarana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)Pemasyhuran
Maltese Proklama
Norwegian Bokmål proklamasjon
Persian (NOUN)اعلام
Polish (NOUN)Proklamacja, głoszenie
Portuguese (NOUN)proclamação, pregão
Querétaro Otomi proclamación
Romanian (NOUN)proclamarea
Russian (NOUN)провозглашение, воззвание, обнародования, указ
Samoan folafolaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) проглас
Serbian (Latin) proglas
Slovak (NOUN)proklamácie
Slovenian (NOUN)razglasitev, Proglašavanje
Spanish (NOUN)proclamación, pregón, anuncio, manifiesto
Swedish (NOUN)kungörelse, proklamation, utropandet, förkunnelse, tillkännagivande
Tahitian parau poroi
Tamil பிரகடனம்
Telugu ప్రకటనా
Thai ประกาศ
Tongan Fanongonongo
Turkish (NOUN)ilanı
Ukrainian (NOUN)проголошення
Urdu اعلان
Vietnamese (NOUN)tuyên ngôn
Welsh gyhoeddi esgyniad
Yucatec Maya proclamación
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