Definition of "ratify"
  1. The act of confirming or approving a contract or action, which may not be binding without such acknowledgment
How to use "ratify" in a sentence
  1. His agreement to the lease served to ratify the arrangement with the landlord.
  2. Since the contract was not initially binding, she needed to ratify it when she became of legal age.
  3. Their signature on the addendum was all that was required to ratify the changes to the contract.

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