Definición de affirmation en inglés:

affirmation

Saltos de línea: af¦firm|ation
Pronunciación: /afəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The action or process of affirming something: he nodded in affirmation [count noun]: an affirmation of basic human values
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Girls feel enhanced by continuous social affirmation while boys feel diminished.
  • The girl was silent for a moment, then she nodded, grunting in affirmation.
  • The nun's words were punctuated silently by her sisters' nods of affirmation.
Sinónimos
1.1 [count noun] Law A formal declaration by a person who declines to take an oath.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Perhaps we might also ask whether he will take an oath or make an affirmation in respect of those matters of fact which he is going to put before us.
  • This was treated by both sides as a direction that affidavits or affirmations were to be evidence at this trial, even though the deponents did not attend for cross-examination.
  • Magistrates upon appointment take oaths or make affirmations in the same form as Justices of this Court and the members of other federal courts.
2Emotional support or encouragement: the lack of one or both parents' affirmation leaves some children emotionally crippled
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Readers might be looking for entertainment, information, affirmation or help.
  • Some kids desperately wanted affirmation for each scribbled line; others wanted to team up with buddies to horse around or draw baseball players.
  • This also makes them ideal for artists or art students seeking inspiration or affirmation.

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin affirmatio(n-), from the verb affirmare (see affirm).

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