In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivoverifies, verified, verifying
1(confirm)(doubts/fears/theory) confirmar(doubts/theory/fears) corroborarher suspicions were verified when she found the letter — confirmó sus sospechas al encontrar la carta
- No one went through the statements from Ms Cosgrove in an attempt to verify her allegations.
- Ms Amin verified her witness statements and answered some additional questions in chief.
- He has provided two witness statements and has verified the truth of the Particulars of Claim.
- There was filed as Exhibit 10 the application verified by statutory declaration.
- This week, the US Supreme Court upheld an appeal court ruling that verified the original District Court verdict.
2(check)(details/fact/statement) verificar(details/fact/statement) comprobar
- And he or she can easily verify what he is claiming is true or false.
- No scientific and independent sources have so far verified the claims of either side.
- However, there was no way to independently verify the identity of the men killed and arrested on Saturday night.
- The model results were subsequently verified experimentally, and others are readily testable.
- The results were also verified by Northern blot analysis.
- Also verify what level of software support is purchased.
- We have experimentally verified the utility of the microscope dynamic light scattering imaging technique.
- The integrity of the new constructs was verified by DNA sequencing.
- All runners are then scanned before each race or sale to verify their identity.
- Absence of the wild-type gene was also verified by PCR at this point.
- Cameras and recorders are in place to verify who actually catches the million dollar ball.
- Why should one take on faith any tenets that haven't been verified by personal observation or experimentation?
- Another scientist pointed out that this study verified what many other studies had found.
- Although widely accepted in public, the discoidal structure has not been verified experimentally.
- What's great about technology today is that you can verify who they are pretty fast.
- They are the ones who made a poor decision based on insufficiently verified claims.
- He did not participate in its preparation and did not verify its accuracy.
- Distance gap and projected time gap data will be verified here using a similar rationale.
- They don't have to verify the authenticity of documents provided by job applicants.
- Consider the statement that the only valid knowledge is that which can be empirically verified.
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