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Detailed Translations for assertion from English to Dutch


assertion [the ~] noun

  1. the assertion (statement)
    de bewering; de stelling
  2. the assertion (conservation; preservation; maintenance)
    de conservatie; de instandhouding; het behoud; de handhaving
  3. the assertion (claim; assert; statement)

Translation Matrix for assertion:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
behoud assertion; conservation; maintenance; preservation maintenance; preservation
beweren assert; assertion; claim; statement
bewering assertion; statement announcement; attitude; notification; position; stand; statement
conservatie assertion; conservation; maintenance; preservation
handhaving assertion; conservation; maintenance; preservation maintenance; preservation
instandhouding assertion; conservation; maintenance; preservation
stelling assertion; statement definition of a problem; hypotheses; hypothesis; postulate; premise; rack; shelves; thesis
- affirmation; asseveration; averment; statement
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
beweren do as if; feign; pretend; sham

Related Words for "assertion":

  • reassertion

Synonyms for "assertion":

Related Definitions for "assertion":

  1. a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary)1
  2. the act of affirming or asserting or stating something1
  3. A Boolean statement used in a program to test a condition that, if the program is operating correctly, should always evaluate as true; otherwise the program will typically terminate with an appropriate error message. Assertions are used for debugging programs and for documenting how a program should operate.2

Wiktionary Translations for assertion:

  1. statement asserted
Cross Translation:
assertion assertie AssertionPhilosophie, Linguistik: bestimmte, feststellende Behauptung, Feststellung oder Versicherung, bei der ohne jede Begründung etwas als wahr behauptet oder geleugnet wird
assertion assertie AssertionInformatik: Zusicherung oder Annahme über den Zustand von Variablen innerhalb einer Programmiersprache oder eines Entwicklungstools