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Traducción de "prove" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Mandarín

prove

verb [T] (SHOWING TRUTH)
证实
 
 
/pruːv/ (proved, MAINLY US proven)
to show that something is true
证明,证实
[+ that] They suspected that she'd killed him but they could never actually prove that it was her.
他们怀疑她杀了他,但他们从来未能确切证明是她干的。
[+ adj] They proved him innocent/guilty.
他们证明他是清白/有罪的。
Under the present system, you're innocent until proven guilty.
在现行制度下,在被证明有罪之前你是清白的。
[+ question word] "I spent thirty pounds in the pub last night." "That just goes to prove what an idiot you are!"
“我昨晚在酒吧花了30英镑。”“那正好证明了你是个多么愚蠢的傻瓜!”
Computers have been used to prove mathematical theorems.
计算机被用于证明数学定理。
That theory was proved false.
那个理论被证实是错误的。
He's so aggressive - it's as if he's always trying to prove something.
他好逞强——似乎他一直想证明些什么。
Proving and disproving
proven
 
 
/ˈpruː.vən/ /ˈprəʊ-/ adjective
You've got a proven work record, which gives you a big advantage.
你有一份可信的工作履历,这对你很有好处。
Proving and disproving
(Definition of prove verb (SHOWING TRUTH) from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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