affirm

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
doğrulamak
{f} iddia etmek
{f} ileri sürmek
{f} söylemek
olumlamak
bildirmek
doğrula

Kazayı gördüğünü doğruladı. - He affirmed that he saw the crash.

Onun masum olduğunu doğruladım. - I affirmed that he was innocent.

tekrarlamak
tekrar söylemek
bildir
{f} doğrulamak, tasdik etmek
ispat etmek
{f} onaylamak
{f} beyan etmek
tasvip etmek affirmable iddia olunabilir
demek
söz vermek
affirmative
olumlu

Tom olumlu olarak başını salladı. - Tom nodded affirmatively.

Tom olumlu cevap verdi. - Tom answered in the affirmative.

affirm a decision
kararı onaylamak
affirm the decision
(Kanun) kararı onaylamak
affirm the decision
kararı onamak
affirmative
doğrulayıcı
affirmative
doğrulayan
affirmative
kesin
affirmative
(Kanun) tasdik eden kişi
affirmative
(Kanun) müsbet
affirmative
olumlayıcı
affirmative
(Felsefe) evetleyici
affirmed
doğruladı

Onun masum olduğunu doğruladım. - I affirmed that he was innocent.

Kazayı gördüğünü doğruladı. - He affirmed that he saw the crash.

confirm; claim; state to be true
onaylamak, iddia, devlet gerçek olamayacak kadar
declare; affirm
ilan, beyan
affirmable
(Kanun) iddia edilebilir
affirmative
olumlu cevap

Tom olumlu cevap verdi. - Tom answered in the affirmative.

affirmative
tasdik edilen
affirmative
in the affirmative ispat ve tasdik anlamında
affirmative
olumlu cevap a decided affirmative kuvvetli ve olumlu karar
affirmative
(isim) olumlu cevap
affirmed
doğrula

Kazayı gördüğünü doğruladı. - He affirmed that he saw the crash.

Onun masum olduğunu doğruladım. - I affirmed that he was innocent.

to affirm
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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To agree, verify or concur; to answer positively

She affirmed that she would go when I asked her.

To support or encourage

They did everything they could to affirm the children's self-confidence.

{f} confirm; claim; state to be true
{v} to declare, avouch, confirm
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; "his story confirmed my doubts"; "The evidence supports the defendant"
The act of an appellate body upholding a decision of a trial court, an adjudication committee or a lower appellate court is called affirming the decision
To swear or promise to tell the truth, or that a fact or statement offered is true
To make a solemn (serious) statement
The ruling of an appellate court that the judgment of a lower court is proper and should not be overturned
To confirm, ratify, verify and accept a transaction, which can be cancelled
To confirm, to aver, to ratify, to verify To make a declaration
To approve or uphold a lower court's judgment
To make a solemn, formal declaration under the penalty of perjury that certain statements are true An affirmation is legally equivalent to an oath and may be substituted for an oath when a document requires an oath for its execution, i e , an affidavit
The Tribunal may affirm a decision under review This means that the original decision still stands
To confirm, to aver, to ratify, to verify
Ratification of a voidable contract by the party who is to be bound under the contract
(1)modus ponens(2)affirm the consequent
to uphold, approve or confirm
Authorized and unissued stock
To make a solemn declaration; an oath used when a person does not want to swear to the truth of something
To approve, agree or uphold And cross-reference
The ruling of an appellate court that the judgment of a lower is correct and should stand
Declare or state positively Confirm or ratify
To declare, as a fact, solemnly, under judicial sanction
If you affirm that something is true or that something exists, you state firmly and publicly that it is true or exists. The House of Lords affirmed that the terms of a contract cannot be rewritten retrospectively. a speech in which he affirmed a commitment to lower taxes `This place is a dump,' affirmed Miss T. = assert + affirmation affirmations af·fir·ma·tion The ministers issued an affirmation of their faith in the system
See Affirmation, 4
To make a solemn declaration, before an authorized magistrate or tribunal, under the penalties of perjury; to testify by affirmation
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent"
To assert positively; to tell with confidence; to aver; to maintain as true; opposed to deny
to assert or confirm, as a judgment, decree, or order, brought before an appellate court for review
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent" say yes to
say yes to
If an event affirms something, it shows that it is true or exists. Everything I had accomplished seemed to affirm that opinion. = confirm + affirmation af·fir·ma·tion The high turnout was an affirmation of the importance that the voters attached to the election
To declare or assert positively
affirm a decision
confirm a choice, verify a decision
affirm one's loyalty
assert one's allegiance, profess one's faithfulness
affirmance
A decision upholding the decision of a lower court or agency
affirmance
The act of affirming, affirmation
affirmative
An assertion

that every hare is both male and female, beside the vulgar opinion, was the affirmative of Archelaus, of Plutarch, Philostratus, and many more.

affirmative
Yes; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance

10-4 good buddy. That's an affirmative - the tractor trailer is in the ditch at the side of the highway.

affirmative
pertaining to truth; asserting that something is
affirmative
positive
affirmative
pertaining to any assertion or active confirmation that favors a particular result
affirmative
An answer that shows agreement or acceptance
affirmative
answering yes; to a question at issue
affirmable
{a} that may be affirmed, true, certain
affirmance
{n} confirmation
affirmative
{n} that which affirms, opposed to negative
affirmative
{a} that affirms or declares
affirmed
{a} positively declared, confirmed
affirmer
{n} one who affirms, assures or declares
Affirmable
capable of being affirmed or asserted; "a quality affirmable of every member of the family"
Affirmative
expecting the best; "an affirmative outlook"
Affirmative
Yes
Affirmative
(1) asserting that something is true as represented; confirming; (2) responding with the word 'yes' or a phrase such as 'we will'
Affirmative
the side that advocates change through the adoption of the resolution The Affirmative must present a reasonable interpretation of the resolution through an adequate definition of terms and/or operationally define the resolution in the Aff plan The affirmative must overcome the presumption for the status quo with a prima facie case
Affirmed
In the practice of appellate courts, the word means that the decision of the trial court is correct
Affirmed
When an appellate court declares that a judgment, decree or order is valid and right, and must stand as rendered in the lower court (LE)
Affirmed
(noun) In legal usage, a decision is affirmed when an appelate court confirms a lower court's action In such cases the higher court may be said to have upheld the lower court's decision
Affirmed
In the practice of the appellate courts, the decree or order is declared valid and will stand as rendered in the lower court
Affirmed
In the practice of appellate courts, the word means that the decision of the trial court is found to be correct on appeal
Affirmed
When an appellate court declares that a judgment, decree or order is valid and right, and must stand as rendered in the lower court
Affirmer
someone who claims to speak the truth; "a bold asserter"; "a declarer of his intentions"; "affirmers of traditional doctrine"; "an asseverator of strong convictions"; "an avower of his own great intelligence"
affirmable
Capable of being affirmed, asserted, or declared; followed by of; as, an attribute affirmable of every just man
affirmable
{s} confirmable, certifiable; declarable
affirmable
capable of being affirmed or asserted; "a quality affirmable of every member of the family
affirmable
Able to be affirmed
affirmance
A strong declaration; affirmation
affirmance
Confirmation; ratification; confirmation of a voidable act
affirmance
{i} fulfillment of a decree; confirmation, validation
affirmative
{s} favorable; positive
affirmative
supporting a policy or attitude etc; "an affirmative argument"
affirmative
If you reply to a question in the affirmative, you say `yes' or make a gesture that means `yes'. He asked me if I was ready. I answered in the affirmative
affirmative
a reply of affirmation; "he answered in the affirmative"
affirmative
Expressing the agreement of the two terms of a proposition
affirmative
affirming or giving assent; "an affirmative decision"; "affirmative votes"; "an affirmative nod"; "an affirmatory gesture"
affirmative
That affirms; asserting that the fact is so; declaratory of what exists; answering "yes"
affirmative
Confirmative; ratifying; as, an act affirmative of common law
affirmative
That affirms; asserting that the fact is so; declaratory of what exists; answering "yes" to a question; opposed to negative; as, an affirmative answer; an affirmative vote
affirmative
That which affirms as opposed to that which denies; an affirmative proposition; that side of question which affirms or maintains the proposition stated; opposed to negative; as, there were forty votes in the affirmative, and ten in the negative
affirmative
A word or phrase expressing affirmation or assent; as, yes, that is so, etc
affirmative
{i} positive statement
affirmative
Positive; dogmatic
affirmative
Positive; a term applied to quantities which are to be added, and opposed to negative, or such as are to be subtracted
affirmative
to a question; opposed to negative; as, an affirmative answer; an affirmative vote
affirmative
a reply of affirmation; "he answered in the affirmative" affirming or giving assent; "an affirmative decision"; "affirmative votes"; "an affirmative nod"; "an affirmatory gesture" supporting a policy or attitude etc; "an affirmative argument" expecting the best; "an affirmative outlook
affirmative
An affirmative word or gesture indicates that you agree with what someone has said or that the answer to a question is `yes'. Haig was desperately eager for an affirmative answer negative + affirmatively af·firma·tive·ly `Is that clear?' Bob nodded his head affirmatively
affirmative
expecting the best; "an affirmative outlook
affirmative
In grammar, an affirmative clause is positive and does not contain a negative word. negative. an affirmative answer or action means 'yes' or shows agreement   negative. answer/reply in the affirmative to say 'yes' answer/reply in the negative negative (2)
affirmed
{s} acknowledged, confirmed; declared to be true
affirmed
past of affirm
affirmed
thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1978
affirmer
One who affirms
affirmer
{i} one who declares, one who asserts
affirming
present participle of affirm
affirms
third-person singular of affirm
affirm
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