Definición de ratify en inglés:

ratify

Saltos de línea: rat¦ify
Pronunciación: /ˈratɪfʌɪ
 
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verbo (ratifies, ratifying, ratified)

[with object]
Sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid: both countries were due to ratify the treaty by the end of the year
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Treaty was ratified by both countries in 1988.
  • Parliament unanimously ratified an agreement on Wednesday allowing this.
  • Seven countries have already ratified the constitution with two more countries well on track.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French ratifier, from medieval Latin ratificare, from Latin ratus 'fixed' (see rate1).

Derivativos

ratifiable

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If all wrongs were ratifiable, but with interested directors excluded from voting, then the basis for individual suit to enforce breaches of directors' duties would have to be re-considered.

ratification

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This number is more than one-third of the ratifications required before the statute enters into force.
  • Without the ratification of the directors, the board of management decision couldn't be acted upon.
  • This meeting would discuss measures to stimulate the process of ratification of the accession treaty.

ratifier

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Historians continue to deepen our understanding of how varied and occasionally contradictory were the intentions of various framers and ratifiers.
  • The ratifier analyses the answers according to the parameters, removes redundancies and evaluates the psychological profile of the candidate.
  • He felt that hypnotic physiological effects served as the most powerful ratifiers of trance experience.

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