Synonyms of 'document'
a piece of paper that provides an official record of somethingThe foreign minister signed the document today.
a new government paper on European policy
You will be asked to fill in an application form.
a certificate of adoption
a report by the Association of University Teachers
Keep a record of all the payments.
She couldn't expect him to give testimonials to her ability.
to support (a claim) with evidenceThe effects of sleeping less than eight hours a night have been well documented.
The evidence does not support the argument.
They have certified the document as genuine.
verify, , ,
The government has not verified any of these reports.
The evidence has been validated by historians.
There is little scientific evidence to substantiate the claims.
I had access to a wide range of documents which corroborated the story.
All the antiques have been authenticated.
give weight to,
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in the sense of authenticate
to establish as genuineAll the antiques have been authenticated.
in the sense of certificate
an official document stating the details of something such as birth, death, or completion of an academic coursea certificate of adoption
in the sense of certify
to guarantee (that certain required standards have been met)They have certified the document as genuine.
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