prove

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Englisch - Türkisch
kanıtlamak

Tom'a hiçbir şey kanıtlamak zorunda değiliz. - We don't have to prove anything to Tom.

Onu yapabileceğimi Tom'a kanıtlamak zorundaydın. - I had to prove to Tom that I could do it.

ispat etmek

Bir avukatın rolü müvekkilinin suçsuz olduğunu ispat etmektir. - The role of a lawyer is to prove that his client is innocent.

Tom'un suçluluğunu ispat etmek için bir delil çıkması çok olası değil. - It's very unlikely that any evidence will turn up to prove Tom's guilt.

{f} ispatlamak

Bir şüphelinin suçlu olduğunu ispatlamak için mahkemedeki savcılar iddialarını kanıtlamak zorundadır. - Prosecutors in court have to substantiate their claims in order to prove a suspect is guilty.

{f} ortaya koymak
{f} denemek
(Matematik) sağlamak
{f} sonunda ... çıkmak: The news proved false. Haber asılsız
çıkmak
bulunmak
kanıtla

P'nin Poşet olduğunu kanıtlayın. - Prove that P is a poset.

Bu haberin doğru olduğunu kanıtladı. - The news proved to be true.

{f} sınamak
sağlamasını yapmak
tanıtlamak
{f} anlaşılmak
doğruluğunu tespit etmek
{f} göstermek
dene/kanıtla
deneme alanı
tecrübe ile anlatmak
{f} tecrübe etmek
proving ground tecrübe sahası
(Politika, Siyaset) onaylamak
sonunda ... çıkmak
isbat
ispatlak
ispatla
proven
{s} kanıtlanmış

Onun kanıtlanmış yeteneğine güvenebilirsin. - You can rely on his proven ability.

O, bilimsel olarak kanıtlanmış mı? - Is that scientifically proven?

prove a claim
iddia kanıtlamak
prove fruitful
semeresini vermek
prove guilty as charged
(Kanun) sabit görülmek (suç)
prove manhood
erkekliğini ispat etmek
prove one's adequacy
rüştünü ispat etmek
prove profitable
karlılığını ispatlamak
prove somebody right
haklı çıkarmak
prove success
başarısını kanıtlamak
prove the opposite
aksini ispat etmek
prove to be
çıkmak
prove to be right
doğru çıkmak
prove to be untrue
çürük çıkmak
prove to be worthless
kof çıkmak
prove to be wrong
haksız çıkarmak
prove yourself
kendini kanıtka
prove yourself
göster kendini
prove a point
bir noktayı kanıtlamak
prove futile
beyhude kanıtlamak
prove wrong
Birşeyin yanlışlığını kanıtlamak
prove oneself
kendini ispatlamak
prove oneself
kendini denemek
prove out
(Fiili Deyim ) doğru çıkmak
prove smb. right
haklı çıkarmak
prove to be true
aslı çıkmak
prove too much
(deyim) be/prove(a bit) too much (for someone)
prove too much
(deyim) idaresi cok zor olmak
prove too much
(deyim) birinden ustun olmak
prove up to the hilt
açıkça ispatlamak
proven
{s} suçu ispatlanmış
proven
denenmiş
to prove
ispat etmek

Bir avukatın rolü müvekkilinin suçsuz olduğunu ispat etmektir. - The role of a lawyer is to prove that his client is innocent.

Tom'un suçluluğunu ispat etmek için bir delil çıkması çok olası değil. - It's very unlikely that any evidence will turn up to prove Tom's guilt.

proven
(Mukavele) ispatlanmış

Bu, bilimsel olarak ispatlanmış mı? - Has that been scientifically proven?

proving
{i} ispatlama
proved
mücerrep
proven
kanıtlı
provable
kanıtlanabilir

Bu cümle doğrudur ama kanıtlanabilir değildir. - This sentence is true, but not provable.

provable
ispat edilebilir
proved
{f} ispatla

Onun bir hırsız olduğu ispatlandı. - It was proved that he was a thief.

Kolomb dünyanın düz olmadığını ispatladı. - Columbus proved that the world is not flat.

proven
{f} ispatla

Koç kendini ispatladı. - The coach has proven himself.

Bu, bilimsel olarak ispatlanmış mı? - Has that been scientifically proven?

proving
{f} ispatla
proving
ispat
proving
deney
proving
tecrübe
go to prove
(deyim) İspatlamak, kanıtlamak, doğru olduğunu göstermek

Your daughter's attitude only goes to prove how much society has changed over the last 30 years.

proved
kanıtlandı
proved
ispatlanmış
proven
ispatla(mak)
proving
ispatlayarak
provable
provablyispatlanacak şekilde
provable
ispatlanabilir
provable
ispatı mümkün
provable
tanıtlanabilir
provably
kanıtlanabilir şekilde
proven
dene/kanıtla
proving
deneme
proving
{i} kanıtlama

Bir avukatın işi müvekkilinin suçsuz olduğunu kanıtlamaktadır. - An attorney's job is proving that his client is innocent.

Bu aptalca tavırlarıyla Maria kendi kibrini kanıtlamaktan daha fazlasını yapmaz. - With these stupid attitudes, Maria doesn't do more than proving her own arrogance.

proving
(Tıp) Neticeye ulaşmak için yapılan deney, probe
Englisch - Englisch
Simple past of proove
To experience
To turn out to be

Have an exit strategy should your calculations prove incorrect.

To turn out; to manifest

It proved to be a cold day.

To (put to the) test, proof
To demonstrate that something is true or viable; to give proof for

The hypothesis has not been proven to our satisfaction.

If you prove that something is true, you show by means of argument or evidence that it is definitely true. You brought this charge. You prove it! The results prove that regulation of the salmon farming industry is inadequate. trying to prove how groups of animals have evolved That made me hopping mad and determined to prove him wrong History will prove him to have been right all along. a proven cause of cancer
If you prove yourself to have a certain good quality, you show by your actions that you have it. Margaret proved herself to be a good mother As a composer he proved himself adept at large dramatic forms A man needs time to prove himself Few would argue that this team has experience and proven ability
To test, evince, ascertain, or verify, as the correctness of any operation or result; thus, in subtraction, if the difference between two numbers, added to the lesser number, makes a sum equal to the greater, the correctness of the subtraction is proved
If you prove a point, you show other people that you know something or can do something, although your action may have no other purpose. They made a 3,000 mile detour simply to prove a point
{v} to try, experience, to make certain by evidence, put to the test
To succeed; to turn out as expected
To be found by experience, trial, or result; to turn out to be; as, a medicine proves salutary; the report proves false
increase in volume; "the dough rose slowly in the warm room"
To take a trial impression of; to take a proof of; as, to prove a page
To ascertain or establish the genuineness or validity of; to verify; as, to prove a will
Process where Prolog attempts to prove a query using the available predicates
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"
prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof obtain probate of; "prove a will"
To make trial; to essay
provide evidence for; "The blood test showed that he was the father"; "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
To gain experience of the good or evil of; to know by trial; to experience; to suffer
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"
A question which requires proof is one which demands confirmation or verification In such discussions you should establish something with certainty by evaluating and citing experimental evidence or by logical reasoning
To test; to make trial of
To demonstrate that something is true; to give proof for
If something proves to be true or to have a particular quality, it becomes clear after a period of time that it is true or has that quality. We have been accused of exaggerating before, but unfortunately all our reports proved to be true In the past this process of transition has often proven difficult. an experiment which was to prove a source of inspiration for many years to come
take a trial impression of
prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof
cause to puff up with a leaven; "unleavened bread"
{f} substantiate with evidence; demonstrate, show clearly; investigate, analyze; experiment, test
To try or to ascertain by an experiment, or by a test or standard; to test; as, to prove the strength of gunpowder or of ordnance; to prove the contents of a vessel by a standard measure
To evince, establish, or ascertain, as truth, reality, or fact, by argument, testimony, or other evidence
put to the test, as for its quality, or give experimental use to; "This approach has been tried with good results"; "Test this recipe"
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
obtain probate of; "prove a will"
prove out
To demonstrate the feasibility of

Not that we’re afraid of things new. It’s just, before you put ’em on a system, they’ve gotta be demonstrated and proven and you’ve gotta have a lot of confidence in ’em. And we’re still in the stages where we're proving this out.

prove a will
verify a will, prove a will to be real
prove beyond a reasonable doubt
convince with a reasonableness close to 100% of the veracity of a legal claim
prove futile
be shown to be unsuccessful
prove his honesty
show that he is honest, present evidence of his honesty
prove one's identity
demonstrate that one's identity is truly as one claims
prove oneself
show one's ability or courage
prove the contrary
show that the opposite is true
prove unsuccessful
fail, not succeed, not go well
prove wrong
show that something is not true, provide evidence of the false nature of something
fend and prove
To engage in argument

All Pulpit-fools are enemies to Love, If e'er they think, 't is how to fend and prove.

proven
Past participle of proove
proven
Past participle of prove
proven
Having been proved; having proved its value or truth

Mass lexical comparison is not a proven method for demonstrating relationships between languages.

prover
A person, device, or program that performs logical or mathematical proofs
prover
{n} one who tries, an inspector
go to prove
Seem to prove; act or serve to show (a fact); demonstrate. Often used after "it"

1. Our team beat a bigger team, and it just goes to show you can win if you play hard enough. 2. The hard winter at Valley Forge goes to show that our soldiers suffered a great deal to win the Revolution.

Proved
proven
To prove
preve
To prove
prieve
To prove
shew
provable
Capable of being proved; demonstrable
provable
capable of being demonstrated or proved; "obvious lies"; "a demonstrable lack of concern for the general welfare"; "practical truth provable to all men"- Walter Bagehot
provable
Of a statement or hypothesis that can be proven
provable
{s} can be proven, can be substantiated, can be verified with evidence or proof
provably
in an obvious and provable manner; "his documentary sources are demonstrably wrong"
proved
past of prove
proved
{s} proven, shown to be true, based and founded beyond doubt
proved
established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"
proved
established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness
proven
established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"
proven
Proven is a past participle of prove. Proven is the usual form of the past participle when you are using it as an adjective. tested and shown to be true or good, or shown to exist. a past participle of prove
proven
{s} substantiated with evidence, verified; tested, examined, investigated
prover
A device for passing measured amount of gas or compressed air under constant pressure through gas meters to test accuracy of meters
prover
One who, or that which, proves
prover
{i} one who verifies by giving evidence, one who demonstrates
prover
Apparatus used to prove or calibrate gas meters A gas meter is tested for accuracy of registration by passing through it a volume of air from a prover and comparing the registration of the index of the meter with the volume indicated by the prover Prover types include: Bell Provers, Transfer Provers, Low Pressure Flange Tap Prover, and Sonic Nozzle or Critical Flow Provers
proves
third-person singular of prove
proving
present participle of prove
proving
{i} showing as true by providing evidence, demonstrating, verifying, substantiating
prove

    Türkische aussprache

    pruv

    Aussprache

    /ˈpro͞ov/ /ˈpruːv/

    Etymologie

    [ prüv ] (verb.) 13th century. From Middle English proven, from Old English prōfian (“to esteem, regard as, evince, try, prove”), from Late Latin probō (“test, try, examine, approve, show to be good or fit, prove”, verb), from probus (“good, worthy, excellent”), from Proto-Indo-European *pro-bhwo- (“being in front, prominent”), from Proto-Indo-European *pro-, *per- (“toward”) + Proto-Indo-European *bhu- (“to be”). Influenced by Old French prover, from the same Latin source. Displaced native Middle English sothen (“to prove”), from Old English sōþian (“to prove”). More at for, be.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    prove to, prove to be

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