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vouch for something/someone

 us   /ˈvɑʊtʃ fər, fɔr/
phrasal verb with vouch
to ​support the ​truth of something or the good ​character of someone, ​based on ​yourknowledge or ​experience: Our ​accountant will vouch for the ​accuracy of the ​financialreport. I’ve ​known him for ​years and can vouch for his ​honesty.
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