figurative The government has declared war on (= announced that they intended to lớn stop) the drug dealers.

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The country declared independence in 1952 (= announced that it was no longer under the control of another country).
to officially tell someone the value of goods you have bought, or the amount of money you have earned because you might have to pay tax:

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If a cricket team declares, they stop batting (= hitting the ball) because they think they already have enough runs (= points) khổng lồ win:
declare (that) The Serious Fraud Office is expected to lớn declare that it will be conducting further investigations.
declare yourself lớn be sth Silverjet, the transatlantic business airline, has declared itself carbon-neutral.

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declare a ban/moratorium on sth In times of crisis the industry must declare a moratorium on aggressive marketing and sales tactics.
declare bankruptcy If restrictions on air travel are enforced, several of the large airlines may be forced to declare bankruptcy.
declare sb bankrupt Figures released by the ngân hàng showed almost 12,000 companies had been declared bankrupt in the third quarter of the year.
to make a written statement khổng lồ the tax authorities containing information about money you have earned, shares you have bought, etc.:
declare earnings/profits/losses Many eBay traders are unaware that they have khổng lồ declare their earnings.

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to say publicly that you could gain a personal advantage from a situation and so might not be able to lớn make decisions that are fair và honest:
The Mayor was advised lớn declare a potential conflict of interest over a road project that could boost his wife"s business.
to tell shareholders that they will receive a dividend (= a nói qua of a company"s profits) and how much it will be:
This tendency was reinforced in 1939 when the government declared the gas supply a state-owned public monopoly.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, this right meant that sales of inherited land to lớn non-relatives could be declared invalid within a specified time period.