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confirm

verb /kənˈfəːm/
to establish or make quite certain
confirmar
They confirmed their hotel booking by letter.
to admit to full membership of certain Christian churches.
confirmar
confirmation /kon-/ noun
confirmación
She was waiting for confirmation of a university place.
confirmand /-mand/ noun a person who receives religious confirmation or is a candidate for it.
confirmando
confirmed adjective settled in a habit or way of life
empedernido
a confirmed bachelor.
(of a person) who has received religious confirmation
confirmado
a confirmed Christian.
(Definition of confirm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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