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Word of the day: Confirm
To establish the truth, accuracy, validity, or genuineness of:Can you confirm the data in this report?
To acknowledge with definite assurance:
Did you confirm your appointment with the dentist?
To make firm or more firm; add strength to:
Their support confirmed my determination to work harder.
Verify, validate, authenticate.
Substantiate, authenticate, validate, verify mean to affirm the truth, accuracy, or genuineness of something. To substantiate is to establish by presenting substantial or tangible evidence. For eg.: your theory has to be substantiated with facts. Authenticate implies the establishment of genuineness of something by the testimony of an expert: to authenticate a piece of art. Validate refers to establishing the validity of something, such as a theory, claim, or judgment: to validate a contract. Verify implies proving by comparison with an original or with established fact: Kindly get your facts verified.
Did you confirm the train timings?
I have to confirm the hotel booking.
The accident confirmed her worst fears of travelling in a car.
I want this information to be confirmed right now.
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