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Translation of "confirm" - English-Spanish dictionary

confirm

verb   /kənˈfɜːm/
B1 to make sure an arrangement or meeting will happen, often by phone or in writing confirmar I accepted the job over the phone, but I haven’t confirmed in writing yet.
to say or show that something is true confirmar His wife confirmed that he left the house at 8.00.
(Definition of confirm from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

confirm

verb /kənˈfəːm/
to establish or make quite certain confirmar They confirmed their hotel booking by letter.
to admit to full membership of certain Christian churches. confirmar
confirmation /kon-/ noun
confirmación She was waiting for confirmation of a university place.
confirmand /-mand/ noun
a person who receives religious confirmation or is a candidate for it. confirmando
confirmed adjective
settled in a habit or way of life empedernido a confirmed bachelor.
(of a person) who has received religious confirmation confirmado a confirmed Christian.
(Definition of confirm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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