Confirm

• (v. t.) To render valid by formal assent; to complete by a necessary sanction; to ratify; as, to confirm the appoinment of an official; the Senate confirms a treaty. • (v. t.) To make firm or firmer; to add strength to; to establish; as, health is confirmed by exercise. • (v. t.) To administer the rite of confirmation to. See Confi...
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confirm

reassert verb strengthen or make more firm; `The witnesses confirmed the victim`s account`
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confirm

[Verb] To find out that something you thought was the case is true. It can also mean to make an appointment definite.
Example: He asked his teacher about the question and she confirmed that his answer was right.
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Confirm

Con·firm' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Confrmed ; present participle & verbal noun Confirming .] [ Middle English confermen , confirmen , Old French confermer , French confirmer , from Latin...
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confirm

Communication with outside parties to authenticate internal evidence.
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confirm

establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
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Confirm

Is a ratification of an order. Usually it is in written form, however verbal confirms must be subsequently validated by a written record of the transaction. See confirmation.
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Confirm

Is a ratification of an order. Usually it is in written form, however verbal confirms must be subsequently validated by a written record of the transaction. See confirmation.
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confirm

[v] - as of a person to a position 2. [v] - administer the religius rite of confirmation to 3. [v] - strengthen or make more firm 4. [v] - establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts 5. [v] - make more firm
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