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Spanish translation of “affirm”

affirm

verb /əˈfəːm/
to state something positively and firmly
afirmar
Despite all the policeman’s questions, the woman continued to affirm that she was innocent.
affirmation /ӕ-/ noun
afirmación
He regards his success as an affirmation of his beliefs.
affirmative /-tiv/ adjective, noun saying or indicating yes to a question, suggestion etc
afirmativo
He gave an affirmative nod We received a reply in the affirmative.
affirmatively /əˈfəːmətivli/ adverb
Afirmativamente
She replied affirmatively.
affirmative action noun the practice of giving better opportunities (jobs, education etc) to people who, it is thought, are treated unfairly (minorities, women etc); positive discrimination (British).
acción positiva, medidas antidiscriminatorias
(Definition of affirm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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