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Spanish translation of “vouch”

vouch

verb /vautʃ/
to say that one is sure that something is fact or truth
garantizar
Will you vouch for the truth of the statement?
to guarantee the honesty etc of (a person)
responder (de/por)
My friends will vouch for me.
voucher noun a piece of paper which confirms that a sum of money has been, or will be, paid
vale, bono; comprobante
a sales voucher.
(Definition of vouch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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