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Explanation: "To apply for" must be translated as "solicitar". There are other options ("postular", for example), but "aplicar" is not a valid translation because it is a false cognate. That's also the case with "applicant." Not "coaplicante," but "cosolicitante" (no dash).
Explanation: If your context is "grant proposal" as in a recent question, your co-applicants are usually your peers that apply with you for research funds. It really means they are not the principals investigators, but have an imput for its development (and funds).
often a co-applicant - ;->
Dito Local time: 12:44 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 94