Spanish translation of 'substantiate'
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Example Sentences Including 'substantiate'
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To substantiate that, he showed the examiner his latest electricity bill.BLACK EAGLES (1993)
`There is nothing wrong with good honest work, of course, but then I would have to substantiate the lie.MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (1993)
But you are aware of course that you have completely failed so far to substantiate any of your accusations against my client.DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (1993)
`You can substantiate at least some of this, I assume, Mr -- er, Godwin?THE LAST RAVEN (1993)
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British English: substantiate VERB
To substantiate a statement or a story means to supply evidence which proves that it is true.
There is little scientific evidence to substantiate the claims.
Translation of substantiate from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary