an official announcement that something is true or happens, a statement that consists of two parts that seem to mean the opposite of each other, or the use of that kind of statement when writing a statement that says something is definitely true or fair, an official announcement, especially about something important, or something that concerns everyone , a philosophical statement that you accept as true to know if another statement is true, an assertion that someone or something is wrong or has done something wrong, a statement that has no connection with what has been said previously to officially declare that a person or organization is good enough to provide a certain type of service an explanation that commands someone to do something , and threatens to punish or attack them if they do not have a statement that consists of three facts, the first two of which are proven by a statement that something will happen or is true, done to dispel any doubt about the cases, to officially approve something or to officially approve something that something has been concluded satisfactorily by giving your name a statement , which shows that you do not agree with a plan, or a reason for your refusal a formal statement in which someone says they believe something is true, true or really journalism of the act of official announcement something like a plan or a new product that preceded an official secret statement that shows that you strongly disagree with something , that other people believe or support a general statement about what an organization is aiming or hoping to achieve in the future a statement or action that shows you no particular person or group supporting a public or official statement that gives people information about something of a formal agreement or a statement that makes rules for something a statement that something definitely at the time or in the way , which ordered an explanation that says people want people to ignore a remark you previously made the practice of using an under-reporting to talk about something formal a strong explanation of opinion, especially the negative opinion of the act to say that something you said or wrote previously is not a statement you have against someone , who made a statement against you, especially in a dispute a statement that something is true, even if you do not have formal proof a formal statement in which you defend or explain something like an idea Although the words coincide and have a lot in common , agrees that the testimony or decision of another person is allowed. a statement in which you reject someone or a statement that you are entitled to a brief statement expressing something like a principle or purpose, often used as a statement of faith by an organization or person as testimony of someone who knows you or has worked with you, who gives information about you. You often have to give a clue when you apply for a new position, a formal statement expressing the objectives and plans of a group or organization, especially a political party, to take into account that something is appropriate or good enough for a specific purpose, a statement that someone has done something wrong or illegal. , although this has not been proven. that a statement is made of words that mean opposite things in which a company or person says they don`t take responsibility for something bad, a statement that doesn`t really need to be made, because everyone already knows it`s true, a statement from someone about something they believe to happen The words of agreement and agreement are common synonyms.