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to affirm that

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  • affirm — UK [əˈfɜː(r)m] / US [əˈfɜrm] verb [transitive] Word forms affirm : present tense I/you/we/they affirm he/she/it affirms present participle affirming past tense affirmed past participle affirmed 1) formal to state that something is true or that… …   English dictionary

  • affirm — [[t]əfɜ͟ː(r)m[/t]] affirms, affirming, affirmed 1) VERB If you affirm that something is true or that something exists, you state firmly and publicly that it is true or exists. [FORMAL] [V that] The European Community has repeatedly affirmed that… …   English dictionary

  • affirm — af|firm [ ə fɜrm ] verb transitive 1. ) FORMAL to state that something is true or you agree with it, especially in public: The school affirmed its commitment to its students. affirm (that): The senator affirmed that she would support our proposal …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • affirm — af|firm [əˈfə:m US ə:rm] v [T] formal [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: afermer, from Latin affirmare, from ad to + firmare to make firm ] 1.) to state publicly that something is true = ↑confirm ▪ The general affirmed rumors of an attack.… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • affirm — af·firm /ə fərm/ vt 1: to assert as true or factual 2: to assert (as a judgment) as valid or confirmed affirm ed the lower court s ruling compare remand, reverse …   Law dictionary

  • Affirm — Af*firm , v. i. 1. To declare or assert positively. [1913 Webster] Not that I so affirm, though so it seem To thee, who hast thy dwelling here on earth. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law) To make a solemn declaration, before an authorized magistrate …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • affirm — 01. The director has [affirmed] in writing to me his intention to expand our department and hire additional staff. 02. The government has [affirmed] its determination to proceed with the legislation. 03. The boss replied in the [affirmative] to… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • affirm — affirmable, adj. affirmably, adv. affirmer, n. affirmingly, adv. /euh ferrm /, v.t. 1. to state or assert positively; maintain as true: to affirm one s loyalty to one s country; He affirmed that all was well. 2. to confirm or ratify: The… …   Universalium

  • affirm — v. 1) to affirm categorically 2) (L) the ministry affirmed that the visit had been postponed * * * [ə fɜːm] (L) the ministry affirmed that the visit had been postponed to affirm categorically …   Combinatory dictionary

  • affirm — To ratify, uphold, approve, make firm, confirm, establish, reassert. To make affirmation; to make a solemn and formal declaration or asseveration that an affidavit is true, that the witness will tell the truth, etc., this being substituted for an …   Black's law dictionary

  • affirm — To ratify, uphold, approve, make firm, confirm, establish, reassert. To make affirmation; to make a solemn and formal declaration or asseveration that an affidavit is true, that the witness will tell the truth, etc., this being substituted for an …   Black's law dictionary

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