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substantiated

  • 1 confirmar

    v.
    1 to confirm.
    Ella confirmó los rumores She confirmed the rumors.
    Ella confirmó el ataque She confirmed the attack.
    María confirmó a pesar de la carta Mary confirmed despite the letter.
    2 to ratify, to confirm, to approve, to affirm.
    María confirmó su asistencia Mary ratified her attendance.
    3 to confirm to, to prove to.
    María confirmó hacer de madrina Mary confirmed to act as godmother.
    * * *
    1 to confirm
    1 to be confirmed
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ noticia, rumor, temor] to confirm

    según confirmaron fuentes policiales — as police sources confirmed, according to police sources

    2) [+ vuelo, cita] to confirm
    3) (=reafirmar) [+ sentencia] to confirm
    4) (Rel) to confirm
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <noticia/vuelo> to confirm
    2) (Relig) to confirm
    * * *
    = bear out, confirm, endorse, ratify, reaffirm, substantiate, validate, add + confirmation to, underpin, uphold, speak to, vindicate, affirm.
    Ex. This instruction bears out the earlier statement that the identification of concepts is related to the subject undergoing indexing.
    Ex. The sheer bulk of the headings and the complexity of references structures is sufficient to confirm that a more systematic approach might prove fruitful.
    Ex. These rules follow a general trend in filing practices in endorsing the 'file-as-is' principle outlined below.
    Ex. The measurement of success or otherwise of these ideas can unfortunately only be ratified once the library has been in use for some considerable time.
    Ex. Coates started his study of citation order by noting Kaiser's theories of Concrete-Process and reaffirmed this aspect of Kaiser's work.
    Ex. It can be substantiated that in switching over to new technologies we often have not done this kind of linkage.
    Ex. The records will be validated by the Library of Congress and the National Library of Canada and regularly included in the MARC Distribution Service for the benefit of libraries that are not members of OCLC.
    Ex. In these statements, Carnegie added strong confirmation to the librarian's long-held elitist views.
    Ex. This process is underpinned by a patient-based information system which is timely, accessible and credible to all participants.
    Ex. The stereotype of the serious novel 'collecting dust on the shelf' was not upheld by research.
    Ex. These reasons speak to the duties and enduring mores of the professoriate.
    Ex. The relevance to a local library situation of British Library Lending Division data on periodical usage is vindicated.
    Ex. This move has probably affirmed the future of DC.
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    * confirmar la necesidad de = endorse + the need (for/to).
    * confirmar las dudas = fulfil + doubts.
    * confirmar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * confirmar que se tiene razón = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * confirmar una hipótesis = support + hypothesis, validate + hypothesis.
    * confirmar una observación = bear out + point.
    * confirmar una sospecha = confirm + suspicion.
    * excepciones que confirman la regla = exceptions to prove the rule.
    * por confirmar = to be confirmed.
    * ser la excepción que confirma la regla = be the exception rather than the rule.
    * sin confirmar = unconfirmed, unvalidated, to be confirmed.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) <noticia/vuelo> to confirm
    2) (Relig) to confirm
    * * *
    = bear out, confirm, endorse, ratify, reaffirm, substantiate, validate, add + confirmation to, underpin, uphold, speak to, vindicate, affirm.

    Ex: This instruction bears out the earlier statement that the identification of concepts is related to the subject undergoing indexing.

    Ex: The sheer bulk of the headings and the complexity of references structures is sufficient to confirm that a more systematic approach might prove fruitful.
    Ex: These rules follow a general trend in filing practices in endorsing the 'file-as-is' principle outlined below.
    Ex: The measurement of success or otherwise of these ideas can unfortunately only be ratified once the library has been in use for some considerable time.
    Ex: Coates started his study of citation order by noting Kaiser's theories of Concrete-Process and reaffirmed this aspect of Kaiser's work.
    Ex: It can be substantiated that in switching over to new technologies we often have not done this kind of linkage.
    Ex: The records will be validated by the Library of Congress and the National Library of Canada and regularly included in the MARC Distribution Service for the benefit of libraries that are not members of OCLC.
    Ex: In these statements, Carnegie added strong confirmation to the librarian's long-held elitist views.
    Ex: This process is underpinned by a patient-based information system which is timely, accessible and credible to all participants.
    Ex: The stereotype of the serious novel 'collecting dust on the shelf' was not upheld by research.
    Ex: These reasons speak to the duties and enduring mores of the professoriate.
    Ex: The relevance to a local library situation of British Library Lending Division data on periodical usage is vindicated.
    Ex: This move has probably affirmed the future of DC.
    * confirmar la necesidad de = endorse + the need (for/to).
    * confirmar las dudas = fulfil + doubts.
    * confirmar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * confirmar que se tiene razón = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * confirmar una hipótesis = support + hypothesis, validate + hypothesis.
    * confirmar una observación = bear out + point.
    * confirmar una sospecha = confirm + suspicion.
    * excepciones que confirman la regla = exceptions to prove the rule.
    * por confirmar = to be confirmed.
    * ser la excepción que confirma la regla = be the exception rather than the rule.
    * sin confirmar = unconfirmed, unvalidated, to be confirmed.

    * * *
    confirmar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹noticia/sospecha› to confirm
    es la excepción que confirma la regla it's the exception that proves the rule
    2 ‹vuelo/regreso› to confirm
    fue confirmado como director he was confirmed as the new director
    3 (en una idea, opinión) to confirm
    esto me confirma en mis temores this confirms my fears
    B ( Relig) to confirm
    * * *

     

    confirmar ( conjugate confirmar) verbo transitivo
    to confirm;

    confirmar verbo transitivo to confirm
    ♦ Locuciones: la excepción confirma la regla, the exception proves the rule

    ' confirmar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sancionar
    - comprobar
    - venir
    English:
    bear out
    - confirm
    - corroborate
    - diagnosis
    - so
    - validate
    - bear
    - substantiate
    - support
    - up
    - verify
    - vindicate
    * * *
    vt
    1. [noticia, sospecha] to confirm;
    esto sólo confirma mis sospechas this simply confirms my suspicions
    2. [billete, reserva] to confirm;
    el ministro ha sido confirmado en el cargo the minister has been confirmed in his post
    3. Rel to confirm
    * * *
    v/t confirm
    * * *
    : to confirm, to substantiate
    * * *
    confirmar vb to confirm

    Spanish-English dictionary > confirmar

  • 2 corroborar

    v.
    1 to corroborate.
    Ella confirmó el ataque She confirmed the attack.
    2 to adminiculate, to circumstantiate.
    * * *
    1 to corroborate
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to corroborate
    * * *
    = corroborate, substantiate, uphold, ditto.
    Ex. Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.
    Ex. It can be substantiated that in switching over to new technologies we often have not done this kind of linkage.
    Ex. The stereotype of the serious novel 'collecting dust on the shelf' was not upheld by research.
    Ex. I received mine yesterday and I'll ditto the fact that they look very professional.
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    * corroborar una idea = substantiate + point.
    * corroborar una noción = support + notion.
    * corroborar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * corroborar un resultado = corroborate + conclusion.
    * resultados + corroborar = results + corroborate, findings + corroborate.
    * resultados + corroborar + hallazgos = results + corroborate + findings.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to corroborate
    * * *
    = corroborate, substantiate, uphold, ditto.

    Ex: Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.

    Ex: It can be substantiated that in switching over to new technologies we often have not done this kind of linkage.
    Ex: The stereotype of the serious novel 'collecting dust on the shelf' was not upheld by research.
    Ex: I received mine yesterday and I'll ditto the fact that they look very professional.
    * corroborar una idea = substantiate + point.
    * corroborar una noción = support + notion.
    * corroborar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * corroborar un resultado = corroborate + conclusion.
    * resultados + corroborar = results + corroborate, findings + corroborate.
    * resultados + corroborar + hallazgos = results + corroborate + findings.

    * * *
    corroborar [A1 ]
    vt
    to corroborate
    * * *

     

    corroborar ( conjugate corroborar) verbo transitivo
    to corroborate
    corroborar verbo transitivo to corroborate
    ' corroborar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    bear out
    - corroborate
    - substantiate
    * * *
    to corroborate
    * * *
    v/t corroborate
    * * *
    : to corroborate

    Spanish-English dictionary > corroborar

  • 3 demostrar

    v.
    1 to show, to display.
    demuestra tener mucho interés (en) he shows a lot of interest (in)
    2 to demonstrate, to show (funcionamiento, procedimiento).
    El chico demostró su hipótesis The boy demonstrated his hypothesis.
    El vendedor demostró sus artículos The salesman demonstrated his ware.
    3 to demonstrate, to prove.
    4 to prove to, to demonstrate to, to show to.
    Mi auto demostró ser el mejor My car proved to be the best.
    5 to demo, to make a demonstration of.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ CONTAR], like link=contar contar
    1 (probar) to prove, show
    2 (hacer una demostración) to demonstrate, show
    3 (manifestar) to show
    4 MATEMÁTICAS to prove
    * * *
    verb
    2) show
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=probar) to prove

    demostró que Galileo tenía razón — she proved Galileo right, she proved o showed that Galileo was right

    demostró lo mal que hablaba francésit proved o showed how badly he spoke French

    2) (=enseñar) to show, demonstrate

    nos demostraron cómo funcionaba el sistema eléctricothey showed us o demonstrated to us how the electrical system worked

    3) (=mostrar) [+ emoción, sentimiento] to show, display

    no demostró ningún interés en mis problemashe showed o displayed no interest in my problems

    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( probar) < verdad> to prove, demonstrate; < teorema> to prove

    eso demuestra su ignoranciathat shows o proves his ignorance

    ha demostrado ser or que es muy capaz — he's shown himself to be very able

    2)
    a) <interés/sentimiento> to show
    b) <funcionamiento/método> to demonstrate
    * * *
    = demonstrate, evidence, exemplify, prove, show, substantiate, attest to + the fact that, provide + evidence, go to + show, bear + witness.
    Ex. The two objectives are interdependent, and this can be demonstrated first by examining the first objective.
    Ex. Although in this case there is no SLIS presence in the teaching, it is noteworthy that the same concern as that evidenced in the City University programme is present.
    Ex. Natural language indexing is exemplified in many systems by the use of a character-string search.
    Ex. One must be able to prove that a new staff member was selected with due process and with clearly delineated criteria.
    Ex. This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex. It can be substantiated that in switching over to new technologies we often have not done this kind of linkage.
    Ex. Statistical reports from several libraries attest to the 'fact' that the great majority of library users are performing topical subject searches, not author/title or known-item searches.
    Ex. Against that kind of thinking it is pointless to quote research figures and surveys and reports that provide evidence time and again of the importance of book ownership in the acquisition of the 'better education' everybody wants for their children.
    Ex. This example goes to show that talent for academic work is only one variety of giftedness.
    Ex. Controversy and antagonism attended each area of investigation, as a flood of secondary publication bears witness.
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    * demostrar Algo con pruebas = demonstrate + in print.
    * demostrar claramente = demonstrate + clearly.
    * demostrar de un modo contundente = demonstrate + beyond (all) doubt, demonstrate + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond all doubt.
    * demostrar el argumento de Uno = prove + Posesivo + point, prove + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar la teoría de Uno = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar la valía = realise + the potential.
    * demostrar lo contrario = prove + differently.
    * demostrar lo que Uno dice = make + good + Posesivo + claim.
    * demostrar los sentimientos de Uno = wear + Posesivo + heart on + Posesivo + sleeve, show + Posesivo + feelings.
    * demostrarlo todo = be proof enough.
    * demostrar + Posesivo + valía = prove + Posesivo + value, prove + Posesivo + worth, prove + Reflexivo, show + Posesivo + worth.
    * demostrar + Posesivo + valor = prove + Posesivo + value, prove + Posesivo + worth, prove + Reflexivo, show + Posesivo + worth, prove + Posesivo + courage.
    * demostrar que Algo no es cierto = debunk.
    * demostrar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar que se tiene razón = prove + Posesivo + point, prove + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar ser = prove + to be, establish + a record.
    * demostrar ser mejor = prove + superior.
    * demostrar ser necesario = prove + necessary.
    * demostrar ser superior = prove + superior.
    * demostrar sin lugar a dudas = prove + conclusively.
    * demostrar sin ninguna duda = demonstrate + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond all doubt.
    * demostrar sin ningún género de duda = demonstrate + beyond (all) doubt, demonstrate + emphatically, demonstrate + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond all doubt.
    * demostrar su utilidad = come into + Posesivo + own.
    * demostrar su valía = prove + its worth, realise + its full potential.
    * demostrar tajantemente = demonstrate + emphatically.
    * demostrar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * el movimiento se demuestra andando = actions speak louder than words.
    * eso demuestra que = it (just) goes to show that.
    * estar por demostrar = be unproven.
    * evidencia + demostrar = evidence + show.
    * experiencia + demostrar = experience + show.
    * hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario = until proven otherwise.
    * inocente hasta que se demuestre lo contrario = innocent until proven guilty.
    * lo que demuestra que = which (just) goes to show that.
    * que demuestra desequilibrio de carácter = off-balance.
    * que puede demostrarse = demonstrably.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( probar) < verdad> to prove, demonstrate; < teorema> to prove

    eso demuestra su ignoranciathat shows o proves his ignorance

    ha demostrado ser or que es muy capaz — he's shown himself to be very able

    2)
    a) <interés/sentimiento> to show
    b) <funcionamiento/método> to demonstrate
    * * *
    = demonstrate, evidence, exemplify, prove, show, substantiate, attest to + the fact that, provide + evidence, go to + show, bear + witness.

    Ex: The two objectives are interdependent, and this can be demonstrated first by examining the first objective.

    Ex: Although in this case there is no SLIS presence in the teaching, it is noteworthy that the same concern as that evidenced in the City University programme is present.
    Ex: Natural language indexing is exemplified in many systems by the use of a character-string search.
    Ex: One must be able to prove that a new staff member was selected with due process and with clearly delineated criteria.
    Ex: This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex: It can be substantiated that in switching over to new technologies we often have not done this kind of linkage.
    Ex: Statistical reports from several libraries attest to the 'fact' that the great majority of library users are performing topical subject searches, not author/title or known-item searches.
    Ex: Against that kind of thinking it is pointless to quote research figures and surveys and reports that provide evidence time and again of the importance of book ownership in the acquisition of the 'better education' everybody wants for their children.
    Ex: This example goes to show that talent for academic work is only one variety of giftedness.
    Ex: Controversy and antagonism attended each area of investigation, as a flood of secondary publication bears witness.
    * demostrar Algo con pruebas = demonstrate + in print.
    * demostrar claramente = demonstrate + clearly.
    * demostrar de un modo contundente = demonstrate + beyond (all) doubt, demonstrate + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond all doubt.
    * demostrar el argumento de Uno = prove + Posesivo + point, prove + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar la teoría de Uno = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar la valía = realise + the potential.
    * demostrar lo contrario = prove + differently.
    * demostrar lo que Uno dice = make + good + Posesivo + claim.
    * demostrar los sentimientos de Uno = wear + Posesivo + heart on + Posesivo + sleeve, show + Posesivo + feelings.
    * demostrarlo todo = be proof enough.
    * demostrar + Posesivo + valía = prove + Posesivo + value, prove + Posesivo + worth, prove + Reflexivo, show + Posesivo + worth.
    * demostrar + Posesivo + valor = prove + Posesivo + value, prove + Posesivo + worth, prove + Reflexivo, show + Posesivo + worth, prove + Posesivo + courage.
    * demostrar que Algo no es cierto = debunk.
    * demostrar que se está en lo cierto = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar que se tiene razón = prove + Posesivo + point, prove + point, make + Posesivo + case.
    * demostrar ser = prove + to be, establish + a record.
    * demostrar ser mejor = prove + superior.
    * demostrar ser necesario = prove + necessary.
    * demostrar ser superior = prove + superior.
    * demostrar sin lugar a dudas = prove + conclusively.
    * demostrar sin ninguna duda = demonstrate + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond all doubt.
    * demostrar sin ningún género de duda = demonstrate + beyond (all) doubt, demonstrate + emphatically, demonstrate + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond any doubt, prove + beyond all doubt.
    * demostrar su utilidad = come into + Posesivo + own.
    * demostrar su valía = prove + its worth, realise + its full potential.
    * demostrar tajantemente = demonstrate + emphatically.
    * demostrar un argumento = substantiate + claim.
    * el movimiento se demuestra andando = actions speak louder than words.
    * eso demuestra que = it (just) goes to show that.
    * estar por demostrar = be unproven.
    * evidencia + demostrar = evidence + show.
    * experiencia + demostrar = experience + show.
    * hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario = until proven otherwise.
    * inocente hasta que se demuestre lo contrario = innocent until proven guilty.
    * lo que demuestra que = which (just) goes to show that.
    * que demuestra desequilibrio de carácter = off-balance.
    * que puede demostrarse = demonstrably.

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    vt
    A (probar) ‹verdad› to prove, demonstrate; ‹teorema› to prove
    sus respuestas demuestran una inteligencia poco común her answers demonstrate above average intelligence
    eso demuestra que él ya lo sabía that shows o proves that he already knew
    te voy a demostrar que tengo razón I'm going to prove to you that I'm right
    demostrar + INF:
    ha demostrado ser muy capaz he's shown himself to be very able
    demostró no tener la más mínima idea he showed o demonstrated that he didn't have the slightest idea
    B
    1 ‹interés/sentimiento› to show
    2 ‹funcionamiento/método› to demonstrate
    * * *

     

    demostrar ( conjugate demostrar) verbo transitivo
    1verdad/teorema to prove, demonstrate;
    ignorancia to show, prove;

    demostrar que algo es/no es cierto to prove sth right/wrong
    2
    a)interés/sentimiento to show

    b)funcionamiento/método to demonstrate

    demostrar verbo transitivo
    1 (enseñar) to show, demonstrate
    2 (hacer evidente) to prove
    ' demostrar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acreditar
    - agradecimiento
    - comprobar
    - denotar
    - desplegar
    - identificar
    - manifestar
    - probar
    English:
    demonstrate
    - prove
    - show
    - skill
    - display
    - exemplify
    - exhibit
    - QED
    - unproven
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    1. [mostrar, exhibir] to show, to display;
    demuestra tener mucho interés (en) he shows a lot of interest (in);
    demostró ser lo suficientemente responsable para el puesto she showed herself to be responsible enough for the post;
    el tenista australiano demostró ser uno de los mejores the Australian tennis player proved himself to be one of the best in the game;
    demostraba no tenerle miedo a nadie she showed that she was afraid of nobody
    2. [probar] to demonstrate, to prove;
    ¿me quieres? ¡pues demuéstramelo! you love me, do you? well, prove it!;
    …lo cual demuestra que estabas equivocado …which goes to show that you were wrong
    3. [funcionamiento, procedimiento] to demonstrate, to show;
    ¿nos podría demostrar cómo funciona? would you mind showing us how it works?
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    v/t
    1 prove
    2 ( enseñar) demonstrate
    3 ( mostrar) show
    * * *
    demostrar {19} vt
    : to demonstrate, to show
    * * *
    1. (mostrar) to show [pt. showed; pp. shown]
    2. (probar) to prove

    Spanish-English dictionary > demostrar

  • 4 substanciar

    v.
    1 to extract the substance, to abridge.
    2 to substantiate, to prove fully.
    Los abogados substanciaron los hechos The lawyers substantiated the facts.
    El abogado substanció su alegato The lawyer substantiated his argument.
    3 to pursue the proceedings in a cause until its final determination.
    * * *
    1 to condense, abridge

    Spanish-English dictionary > substanciar

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