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cir·cum·stan·ti·ate

 (sûr′kəm-stăn′shē-āt′)
tr.v. cir·cum·stan·ti·at·ed, cir·cum·stan·ti·at·ing, cir·cum·stan·ti·ates
To set forth or verify with circumstances; give detailed proof or description of.

cir′cum·stan′ti·a′tion n.

circumstantiate

(ˌsɜːkəmˈstænʃɪˌeɪt)
vb
(tr) to support by giving particulars
ˌcircumˌstantiˈation n

cir•cum•stan•ti•ate

(ˌsɜr kəmˈstæn ʃiˌeɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
1. to set forth or support with circumstances or particulars.
2. to describe fully or minutely.
[1640–50; < Latin circumstanti(a) circumstance + -ate1]
cir`cum•stan`ti•a′tion, n.

circumstantiate


Past participle: circumstantiated
Gerund: circumstantiating

Imperative
circumstantiate
circumstantiate
Present
I circumstantiate
you circumstantiate
he/she/it circumstantiates
we circumstantiate
you circumstantiate
they circumstantiate
Preterite
I circumstantiated
you circumstantiated
he/she/it circumstantiated
we circumstantiated
you circumstantiated
they circumstantiated
Present Continuous
I am circumstantiating
you are circumstantiating
he/she/it is circumstantiating
we are circumstantiating
you are circumstantiating
they are circumstantiating
Present Perfect
I have circumstantiated
you have circumstantiated
he/she/it has circumstantiated
we have circumstantiated
you have circumstantiated
they have circumstantiated
Past Continuous
I was circumstantiating
you were circumstantiating
he/she/it was circumstantiating
we were circumstantiating
you were circumstantiating
they were circumstantiating
Past Perfect
I had circumstantiated
you had circumstantiated
he/she/it had circumstantiated
we had circumstantiated
you had circumstantiated
they had circumstantiated
Future
I will circumstantiate
you will circumstantiate
he/she/it will circumstantiate
we will circumstantiate
you will circumstantiate
they will circumstantiate
Future Perfect
I will have circumstantiated
you will have circumstantiated
he/she/it will have circumstantiated
we will have circumstantiated
you will have circumstantiated
they will have circumstantiated
Future Continuous
I will be circumstantiating
you will be circumstantiating
he/she/it will be circumstantiating
we will be circumstantiating
you will be circumstantiating
they will be circumstantiating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been circumstantiating
you have been circumstantiating
he/she/it has been circumstantiating
we have been circumstantiating
you have been circumstantiating
they have been circumstantiating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been circumstantiating
you will have been circumstantiating
he/she/it will have been circumstantiating
we will have been circumstantiating
you will have been circumstantiating
they will have been circumstantiating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been circumstantiating
you had been circumstantiating
he/she/it had been circumstantiating
we had been circumstantiating
you had been circumstantiating
they had been circumstantiating
Conditional
I would circumstantiate
you would circumstantiate
he/she/it would circumstantiate
we would circumstantiate
you would circumstantiate
they would circumstantiate
Past Conditional
I would have circumstantiated
you would have circumstantiated
he/she/it would have circumstantiated
we would have circumstantiated
you would have circumstantiated
they would have circumstantiated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.circumstantiate - give circumstantial evidence for
corroborate, validate - give evidence for
Translations

circumstantiate

[ˌsɜːkəmˈstænʃɪeɪt] VTprobar refiriendo más detalles, corroborar, confirmar

circumstantiate

vt (form)belegen
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This criterion becomes applicable especially when a rule of law uses different degrees of generality, when it circumstantiates the type of recipients.
Indeed, a prominent aspect of civil liability for defective products is that the criterion used to delimitate between safe and defective products circumstantiates producers' responsibility for damages caused to the extent to which only foreseeable use of product may be used as background for liability; however, due to the antagonistic substance of the two criteria proposed by legal practice (foreseeable use of product against legitimate expectations of consumer), the larger extent of the second criterion may be used as argument for its generalization.
Therefore, we must discern between the concepts of the transpositions into reality of the international norms which circumstantiates but it is not identical with that of the international law applying.