1 > To show that one has noticed some fact or event
2 > To acknowledge the receipt of | SYN: receipt.
3 > To discern | SYN: recognize, know.
4 > To express obligation for | SYN: recognize.
5 > Declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of
6 > Report the receipt of
7 > Express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with
8 > Accept as legally binding and valid
9 > Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
1 > To declare or affirm as true: | SYN: assert, avow, aver, swan, swear.
2 > To say yes to.
3 > Establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
To report or maintain | SYN: aver, say.
(American) approve; permit; commend. 1 > To accept as valid, as of documents.
2 > To approve or sanction officially.
ETYM Old Fren. aprouer; a (Latin ad) + a form apparently derived from the pro, prod, in Latin prodest it is useful or profitable, properly the preposition pro for. Related to Improve.
1 > To give sanction to | SYN: ok, okay, sanction.
2 > To judge to be right or commendable; think well of.
1 > To insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized | SYN: put forward.
2 > To state categorically | SYN: asseverate, maintain.
1 > Affirm; declare.
2 > To affirm or declare positively or earnestly
1 > To affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, asin an official capacity.
2 > To establish or verify the usage of.
3 > To provide evidence for; stand as proof of | SYN: certify, manifest, demonstrate, evidence.
To establish the authenticity of something.
1 > To declare as a matter of fact or as a thing that can be proved; affirm
2 > To vouch for; corroborate
3 > To acknowledge (as an act) as one's own; confess, avow
To move backwards from a certain position | SYN: back off, back down. When you are explaining something, and you repeat something that you already said, you back up.
To corroborate; to confirm
1 > To authorize by certificate.
2 > To present someone with a certificate.
1 > To declare legally insane.
2 > To guarantee as meeting a certain standard | SYN: endorse.
3 > To guarantee payment on; of checks.
1 > To administer confirmation to; a church rite.
2 > To accept the appointment of a person to a position.
3 > To make more firm.
4 > To strengthen or make more firm as by corroboration | SYN: corroborate, sustain, substantiate, support, affirm.
5 > To strengthen or make more firm | SYN: reassert.
1 > To commit forever; commit irrevocably.
2 > To give over to another for care or safekeeping | SYN: charge.
3 > To send to an address.
To support with evidence or authority; make more certain or confirm | SYN: underpin, bear out, support. Confirm.
1 > To remove from a throne or other high position
2 > To put down; deposit
3 > To testify to under oath or by affidavit; affirm, assert; to take a deposition of
4 > To bear witness
5 > To force to leave (an office) | SYN: force out.
1 > To give one's support or approval to;
2 > Said of documents or checks: to sign in order to complete or to render valid.
3 > To write on the back of; especially; to sign one's name as payee on the back of (a check) in order to obtain the cash or credit represented on the face; to inscribe (one's signature) on a check, bill, or note; to inscribe (as an official document) with a title or memorandum; to make over to another (the value represented in a check, bill, or note) by inscribing one's name on the document; to acknowledge receipt of (a sum specified) by one's signature on a document
4 > To approve openly ; especially; to express support or approval of publicly and definitely; to recommend (as a product or service) usually for financial compensation
1 > To approve and sanction; to make valid
2 > Confirm, approve formally.
To give authority or permission to.
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1 > To declare or make legally valid | SYN: formalize.
2 > To give evidence for | SYN: corroborate.
3 > To make valid or confirm the validity of, as of a document.
4 > To prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something.
To confirm the truth of.
1 > To give personal assurance; guarantee.
2 > To give supporting evidence.
3 > To summon (a vouchee) into court to warrant or defend a title.
1 > To grant in a condescending manner.
2 > To promise or agree condescendingly, as a special favor.
1 > To make secure; to give assurance against harm; to guarantee safety to.
2 > To give assurances or proof; to justify; to maintain; to sanction.
3 > To give a guarantee or warranty to; to assure as if by giving a warrant to.
4 > To secure to, as a grantee, an estate granted; to assure.
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