Definitions of "vouch"
  1. The act of calling someone to appear in court
  2. Cross-checking a business deal with its corresponding paperwork
  3. The act of agreeing to take responsibility if another party fails to fulfill their obligations
  4. Providing materials or statements that support a belief or claim
  5. Offering personal assurance, strongly asserting the truth of a statement or the reliability of a person
How to use "vouch" in a sentence
  1. The attorney decided to vouch the eyewitness to provide critical evidence in the case.
  2. The auditor had to vouch each transaction to ensure that it matched the invoices and receipts.
  3. The lender asked the homeowner to find someone who could vouch, if he failed to repay the mortgage loan.

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