confirm collocations and examples

 UK /kənˈfɜː(r)m/

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1

prove that something is true


Nouns frequently used as the object of confirm
diagnosis, existence, finding, hypothesis, identity, presence, rumour, status, validityThe latest results confirm this hypothesis.
2

make you feel sure that an idea or belief is right or true


Nouns frequently used as the object of confirm
fear, impression, suspicionThe fact that they knew his name confirmed his worst suspicions.
Nouns frequently used after confirm in
belief, opinionI am confirmed in my opinion that not a moment should be lost in attacking the enemy.
 
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