Definitions of "confirm"
  1. To validate something by giving it the necessary official approval
  2. To express agreement or approval through voting
  3. To provide an official statement recognizing that something has been received
  4. To dispel doubts or uncertainties through the utilization of authoritative action or undeniable facts
How to use "confirm" in a sentence
  1. The judge's ruling served to confirm the validity of the contract in question.
  2. The members of the committee will meet today to confirm their choice for chairman.
  3. Upon receiving the documentation, the lawyer was quick to confirm its receipt.
  4. The evidence discovered in the course of the investigation served to confirm the defendant's claim.

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