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Translation of "prove" - English-Spanish dictionary

prove

verb   /pruːv/ ( present participle proving, past tense and past participle proved)
B1 to show that something is true probar, demostrar Can you prove that you weren’t there? He’s desperately trying to prove his innocence.
to show a particular result or quality after a period of time resultar The operation proved a success.
(Definition of prove from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prove

verb /pruːv/
to show to be true or correct probar This fact proves his guilt He was proved guilty Can you prove your theory?
to turn out, or be found, to be resultar His suspicions proved (to be) correct This tool proved very useful.
proven adjective
(especially in law) proved probado a proven criminal.
(Definition of prove from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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