1. to formally say or write a piece of information or your opinion
2. of emergency
English word "state"(of emergency) occurs in sets:Articles, possesives, nouns:) grammar
The man's statement to the pretty girl that he was a millionaire was all eye-wash.
His untimely statement has not only let the cat out of the bag but also upset the apple cart for the peace move.
After the summit, President Mitterand said that he dissociated himself from the statement.
That would be twenty-seven words instead of four, and while the bare message of the longer statement would be understood, the persuasive force would be lost.
Aristotle maintained that women have fewer teeth than men; although he was twice married, it never occurred to him to verify this statement by examining his wives' mouths.
If the statement is true, then we will have to accept the conclusion.
Her futuristic vision helped shape the company's mission statement.
Language is unique in that any statement must start out as the creation of an individual mind.
This ruling eventually made it illegal for celebrities to make false statements of fact in advertisements.
Which of the following statements best decribes one of the key principles of software testing?
An employee files a statement when he wants to be employed.
Our recent financial statement shows that we are doing quite well
If you want to check all your financial operations, please download your statement.
The President made a statement about the economic situation of his country. The company rep made a statement about the new policy.
English word "state"(statement) occurs in sets:Word Formation (Year 3)