Hindi translation of 'prove'
prove /pruːv प्रूव़्/
Word forms: proves, proving, proved or proven
1. link verb
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.
The reports proved to be true.
This method has proven difficult.
prove a hit/success/blessing
2. transitive verb
If you prove that something is true, you show by means of argument or evidence that it is definitely true.
Professor Cantor has proved his theory.
This proves how much we love each other.
It has made me determined to prove him wrong.
prove something/someone right/wrong
prove someone's innocence/guilt
prove something conclusively/scientifically
difficult/hard to prove
tests/statistics/studies/results prove things
SIMILAR WORDSshow, verify
3. transitive verb
If you prove yourself, you show by your actions that you have a certain good quality.
I had to prove myself before I could be promoted.
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Example Sentences Including 'prove'
She'd had another frustrating day trying to prove a negative.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
I started shooting, then, to prove the gods were really smiling on me, Gary Smart appeared in shot.DEAD BEAT (2002)
There's a very simple way to prove whether it's true or not.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'prove' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُثَبِّت
- Brazilian Portuguese: provar
- Chinese: 证明
- Croatian: dokazati
- Czech: ukázat se ukazovat sejakým
- Danish: bevise
- Dutch: bewijzen
- European Spanish: probar
- Finnish: todistaa
- French: s’avérer
- German: beweisen
- Greek: αποδεικνύω
- Italian: dimostrarsi
- Japanese: 立証する
- Korean: 입증하다
- Norwegian: bevise
- Polish: udowodnić udowadniać
- Portuguese: provar
- Romanian: a dovedi
- Russian: доказывать
- Spanish: probar
- Swedish: jäsa
- Thai: พิสูจน์
- Turkish: kanıtlamak
- Ukrainian: доводити довести
- Vietnamese: chứng minh
Translation of prove from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary