transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1 1.1 (substantiate) [report/reservation/order] confirmar we were confirmed in our suspicions nuestras sospechas se vieron confirmadasMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (ratify) [formal] [treaty/agreement] ratificar*
- This apparently well conducted study also confirms the previously established benefits of antibiotics in reducing the duration of symptoms.
- This time, a female officer wanted to confirm the intruder had left the premises and asked for a description of him.
- Suspected scabies may be confirmed by microscopic identification of the mite or its feces in skin scrapings.
More example sentences1.3
- We were told that the mortgage would be paid off within 10 years with a surplus bonus at current interest rates and received a letter confirming this arrangement.
- Passengers who have already made bookings have now been told to confirm their arrangements - or risk losing them.
- Yesterday I rang her to confirm the final arrangements for meeting up at the beginning of next week.
(confirmed past participle of/participio pasado de)[bachelor/liar] empedernido she is a confirmed believer in strict discipline cree firmemente en la disciplinaMore example sentences
- The sacrament of marriage is in this context at best a matter of romantic deference to tradition, confirming a decision already taken to ‘live together’.
- Secondly, there was no evidence called to indicate that the Board of Directors ever approved, ratified or confirmed any agreement.
- I thank her for confirming my decision and dismiss the matter from my mind.
- This of course confirmed her in her opinion, for Grandpa's pride in his own awfulness was his distinguishing trait.
- Viewing the radiographic evidence confirmed him in the idea that he had arrived at.
- I think it likely that this further information confirmed him in his view that he must have it.
- 2 [Religion/Religión] confirmarMore example sentences
- Yet most Catholic parents will make practicing Catholicism mandatory for their children and the Church confirms young adults usually around 14.
- The Western Church confirms its members at various ages (commonly age 12-15 in Canada).
- As a child raised in France, she had been baptized and confirmed in the Catholic Church, but abandoned its dogmas early on.
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