(to) deem

(to) deem
(to) deem /di:m/
v. t.
(form.) credere; ritenere: I deemed it advisable to go, ho ritenuto opportuno andare; I deem it my duty to tell you the truth, ritengo sia mio dovere dirti la verità.

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