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Spanish translation of “proof”

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proof

noun /pruːf/
(a piece of) evidence, information etc that shows definitely that something is true
prueba
We still have no proof that he is innocent.
a first copy of a printed sheet, that can be corrected before the final printing
prueba
She was correcting the proofs of her novel.
in photography, the first print from a negative.
prueba
-proof suffix able to withstand or avoid something
a prueba de
waterproof covering.
Translations of “proof”
in Korean 증거, 증명…
in Arabic بُرْهان, إثْبات…
in French preuve, épreuve…
in Italian prova…
in Chinese (Traditional) 證明真實, 證據, 證物…
in Russian доказательство…
in Turkish kanıt, delil…
in Polish dowód…
in Portuguese prova…
in German der Beweis, die Korrekturfahne, der Probeabzug…
in Catalan prova…
in Japanese 証拠, 証明…
in Chinese (Simplified) 证明真实, 证据, 证物…
(Definition of proof from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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