Definition Of declare
acknowledge possession of (taxable income or dutiable goods).
The court was told White filled in and signed one claim form seven months after starting work as a police officer and did not declare her income.
announce that one holds (certain combinations of cards) in a card game.
After everyone has declared any combinations they wish to, the player to dealer's left leads to the first trick.
say something in a solemn and emphatic manner.
he declared that he never revises his prose
Example Of declare
A heart operation in October 2004 forced him to declare that he would fight just one more general election, which he duly won.
a number of interested parties who can't declare themselves openly
According to the Municipal Systems Act of 2000 the municipality decides which financial interests are to be publicly declared and which are to be kept private.
After Gwen and I argued over Rick we declared a truce, and to make sure the truce got off to a good start we invited other people to join us for dinner that evening.
After the jury formally declared a not guilty verdict, Mr Syed's solicitor spoke on his client's behalf.