corroborate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} (bir düşünce, ifade v.b.'ni) pekiştirmek, güçlendirmek, desteklemek, doğrulamak, teyit etmek
yardım etmek
kanıtlarla desteklemek
onaylama
sağlamlaştırmak
güç vermek
onaylamak
doğrulamak
kuvvetlendir
onayla

Tom Mary'nin hikayesini onayladı. - Tom corroborated Mary's story.

desteklemek

Ray, Gary'nin hikayesini desteklemek istiyordu fakat polisler onların ikisininde gerçeği söylediklerine ikna olmamışlardı. - Ray was willing to corroborate Gary's story, but the police were still unconvinced that either of them were telling the truth.

güçlendirmek
kuvvetlendirmek
teyit
teyit etmek
corroboration
tasdik
corroboration
teyit
corroborative
tasdik eden
corroborated
kuvvetlendir(mek)
corroborated
kuvvetlendir
corroboration
{i} doğrulama
corroboration
{i} onaylama
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kanıtlarla destekleme
corroboration
{i} destekleme
corroboration
(Hukuk) teyit doğrulama
corroborative
onaylayan
corroborative
teyit edici
corroborative
kanıtlarla destekleyen
corroborative
doğrulayıcı
corroborator
kanıtlarla destekleyen
İngilizce - İngilizce
To confirm, strengthen or support something with additional evidence; to attest or vouch
to strengthen, as proof or conviction
{v} to strengthen, confirm, ratify
{a} confirmed, made strong or sure
Corroborated
support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm; "The stories and claims were born out by the evidence
To strengthen; to add weight or credibility to a thing by additional and confirming facts or evidence The testimony of a witness is said to be corroborated when it is shown to correspond with the representation of some other witnesses, or to comport with some facts otherwise known or established
give evidence for
To make more certain; to confirm; to establish
\kuh-ROB-uh-rayt\, transitive verb: To strengthen or make more certain with other evidence
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; "his story confirmed my doubts"; "The evidence supports the defendant"
This unfortunate sounding word means only to repeat the results usually by another or in another context
{f} confirm to be true; reinforce; certify
To corroborate something that has been said or reported means to provide evidence or information that supports it. I had access to a wide range of documents which corroborated the story = confirm + corroboration cor·robo·ra·tion He could not get a single witness to establish independent corroboration of his version of the accident. = confirmation. to provide information that supports or helps to prove someone else's statement, idea etc (past participle of corroborare, from com- ( COM-) + robur )
To make strong, or to give additional strength to; to strengthen
support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm; "The stories and claims were born out by the evidence"
to support with evidence or authority: make more certain
corroborated
Simple past tense and past participle of corroborate
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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of corroborate
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Present participle of corroborate
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The act of corroborating, strengthening, or confirming; addition of strength; confirmation; as, the corroboration of an argument, or of information
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Serving to corroborate
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One who corroborates, or verifies something; one who lends credence by upholding another's story
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confirmation
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{n} the act of strengthening
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{a} able or tending to strengthen
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supported or established by evidence or proof; "the substantiated charges"; "a verified case
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Strengthened; confirmed; rendered more certain
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past of corroborate
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supported or established by evidence or proof; "the substantiated charges"; "a verified case"
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third-person singular of corroborate
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supporting
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{s} confirming, supporting, substantiating
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confirmation that some fact or statement is true
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{i} reinforcement; confirmation; support
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Confirmation or support of a witness' statement or other fact
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Evidence supplementary to that already given and tending to confirm it Generally, in criminal cases essential facts must be proved by the evidence of more than one witness; documentary or physical evidence may be used to provide corroboration
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The process of checking whether a model agrees with available evidence about the ecosystem or processes it represents
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That which corroborates
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Tending to strengthen of confirm
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A medicine that strengthens; a corroborant
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{s} confirming, supporting, substantiating
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Corroborative evidence or information supports an idea, account, or argument. a written statement supported by other corroborative evidence
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serving to support or corroborate; "collateral evidence"
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a medical tonic; a corroborant
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{i} one that verifies, one that validates, one that substantiates
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One who corroborates, or verifies something; one who lends credence by upholding anothers story
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