Autorizar ¿con o sin preposición A?

Galician translation: autorizar a/para

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Spanish term or phrase:Autorizar ¿con o sin preposición A?
Galician translation:autorizar a/para
Entered by: José-Luis MORAIS

07:53 Aug 27, 2010
Spanish to Galician translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Spanish term or phrase: Autorizar ¿con o sin preposición A?
"Autorizo a Biodelt, a las empresas delegadas, a los comités éticos y a las agencias gubernamentales a que consulten mi historia clínica."

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Sofía Godino Villaverde
Spain
Local time: 12:41
autorizar a/para
Explanation:
Autorizar algo [sin preposición]
Autorizar A alguien PARA hacer algo.

Ejemplos:
Autorizar una manifestación, la apertura de un establecimiento...
Su posición le autoriza para aconsejar
He autorizado a Juan para ausentarse
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José-Luis MORAIS
Spain
Local time: 12:41
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autorizar a/para


Explanation:
Autorizar algo [sin preposición]
Autorizar A alguien PARA hacer algo.

Ejemplos:
Autorizar una manifestación, la apertura de un establecimiento...
Su posición le autoriza para aconsejar
He autorizado a Juan para ausentarse

José-Luis MORAIS
Spain
Local time: 12:41
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in GalicianGalician
PRO pts in category: 4
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agree  Cristina Del Amo: Tal cual.
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agree  Andrés Barral
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agree  María Ferreiro
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agree  Mariana T. Buttermilch: muy clara tu explicación, gracias!!!
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