affirm translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "affirm" - English-Spanish dictionary


verb /əˈfəːm/
to state something positively and firmly
Despite all the policeman’s questions, the woman continued to affirm that she was innocent.
affirmation /ӕ-/ noun
He regards his success as an affirmation of his beliefs.
affirmative /-tiv/ adjective, noun saying or indicating yes to a question, suggestion etc
He gave an affirmative nod We received a reply in the affirmative.
affirmatively /əˈfəːmətivli/ adverb
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
Translations of “affirm”
in Vietnamese quả quyết…
in Thai ยืนยัน…
in Malaysian meyakinkan…
in French affirmer…
in German beteuern, zusichern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 證實, 確認, 斷言…
in Indonesian mengukuhkan, menegaskan…
in Russian подтверждать…
in Turkish kabul etmek, doğruluğunu kabul etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 证实, 确认, 断言…
in Polish potwierdzać…
(Definition of affirm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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