prove, turn out, turn up(verb)
be shown or be found to be
"She proved to be right"; "The medicine turned out to save her life"; "She turned up HIV positive"
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prove, demonstrate, establish, show, shew(verb)
establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment
"The experiment demonstrated the instability of the compound"; "The mathematician showed the validity of the conjecture"
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testify, bear witness, prove, evidence, show(verb)
provide evidence for
"The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
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prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof
test, prove, try, try out, examine, essay(verb)
put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to
"This approach has been tried with good results"; "Test this recipe"
audition, rise, analyze, leaven, try, sample, show, testify, establish, test, evidence, try out, study, examine, see, seek, try on, probe, quiz, attempt, essay, raise, adjudicate, render, shew, judge, screen, taste, turn out, demonstrate, turn up, experiment, strain, analyse, stress, hear, canvass, assay, canvas, bear witness
increase in volume
"the dough rose slowly in the warm room"
rise, stand up, climb up, show, testify, establish, uprise, test, evidence, try out, leaven, heighten, go up, rebel, surface, lift, examine, arise, spring up, come up, grow, originate, resurrect, ascend, develop, climb, essay, raise, try, get up, shew, move up, turn out, jump, demonstrate, turn up, rear, mount, rise up, wax, bear witness
raise, leaven, prove(verb)
cause to puff up with a leaven
kindle, farm, rise, put forward, leaven, set up, try, upgrade, try out, show, testify, provoke, elevate, kick upstairs, recruit, upraise, enkindle, establish, put up, heighten, stir, evidence, elicit, advance, conjure, lift, examine, fire, arouse, grow, bring up, conjure up, nurture, resurrect, levy, promote, erect, essay, call down, get up, produce, shew, call forth, invoke, turn out, demonstrate, raise, turn up, evoke, rear, parent, enhance, test, bear witness
take a trial impression of
obtain probate of
"prove a will"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Confirm (Latin con, together, and firmus, firm) is to add firmness or give stability to. Both confirm and corroborate presuppose something already existing to which the confirmation or corroboration is added. Testimony is corroborated by concurrent testimony or by circumstances; confirmed by established facts. That which is thoroughly proved is said to be established; so is that which is official and has adequate power behind it; as, the established government; the established church. The continents are fixed. A treaty is ratified; an appointment confirmed. An act is sanctioned by any person or authority that passes upon it approvingly. A statement is substantiated; a report confirmed; a controversy settled; the decision of a lower court sustained by a higher. Just government should be upheld. The beneficent results of Christianity confirm our faith in it as a divine revelation.
Confirm a statement by testimony; confirm a person in a belief.
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How to use prove in a sentence?
The epitaph of inference is like a tattoo on your eternity, which will prove to you that everything is meaningless. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich
This is the race to watch. It has all the ingredients of an Olympic final. Rudisha will want to put the young man (Rotich) in his place and prove that he is the best, while the young man want to prove that his feats in Shanghai and Stockholm were not flukes.
A person who says that ‘Nothing Is Impossible’ should prove it just once to make a woman accept her mistake first without any selfish condition of hers and ,rest assured, it can never happen.
Lynch has no intention of answering ... even the most basic questions about the legal elements the government is obligated to prove in a criminal prosecution.
We think that having that capability when the steering wheel and the pedals are still in the vehicle is a very good way to demonstrate and prove the safety.
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- أثبت, إثباتArabic
- প্রমাণ করাBengali
- dokázat, prokázat, ukázatCzech
- beweisen, prüfen, sich zeigen, sich herausstellenGerman
- probar, testear, validarSpanish
- näyttää toteen, paljastua, todistaa, osoittautuaFinnish
- blijken, uitwijzenDutch
- udowadniać, dowodzić, dowieśćPolish
- dovedi, stabili, proba, arătaRomanian
- доказа́ть, ока́зываться, оказа́ться, дока́зыватьRussian
- proare, probare, proai, provai, provareSardinian
- dokazati, izkazati seSlovene
- visa, bevisaSwedish
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