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vindicate

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈvɪn.dɪ.keɪt/
to prove that what someone said or did was right or true, after other people thought it was wrong
證明…正確;證明…是真的
The decision to include Morris in the team was completely vindicated when he scored three goals.
莫里斯攻入了三球,證明當初將他招入隊中是完全正確的。
The investigation vindicated her complaint about the newspaper.
調查證明瞭她對那家報紙的投訴屬實。
Proving and disproving
to prove that someone is not guilty or is free from blame, after other people blamed them
證明(某人)無辜,澄清
They said they welcomed the trial as a chance to vindicate themselves.
他們說他們歡迎審判,那是證明他們無罪的一個機會。
Proving and disproving
vindication
 
 
/ˌvɪn.dɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ noun [S or U]
The army's victory is being seen as (a) vindication of their tactics.
這支部隊的勝利被認為是他們戰術正確的證明。
Proving and disproving
(Definition of vindicate from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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