Definition of 'confirmation'
Example sentences containing 'confirmation'
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She then sent the reservation confirmation for a very expensive restaurant. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The booking confirmation we received showed the room upgrade without the sea view. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Allow 21 days to receive confirmation of your booking by e-mail or post. The Sun (2012)On emailing the firm's head office, we were told it had no trace of our booking confirmation or payment. The Sun (2015)At the time, the airline claimed to have introduced new systems to make it almost impossible for a payment to go through without confirmation of the booking. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In June our plans changed and I cancelled the reservation and received confirmation of this. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'confirmation'
British English: confirmation /ˌkɒnfəˈmeɪʃən/ NOUN
Confirmation is the act of showing that something you believe is definitely true, or something that shows this.
They took her resignation as confirmation of their suspicions.
- American English: confirmation
- Arabic: تَأْكِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: confirmação
- Chinese: 证实
- Croatian: potvrda
- Czech: potvrzení
- Danish: bekræftelse
- Dutch: bevestiging
- European Spanish: confirmación
- Finnish: vahvistus
- French: confirmation
- German: Bestätigung
- Greek: επιβεβαίωση
- Italian: conferma
- Japanese: 確認
- Korean: 확인
- Norwegian: bekreftelse
- Polish: potwierdzenie
- European Portuguese: confirmação
- Romanian: confirmare
- Russian: подтверждение
- Spanish: confirmación
- Swedish: bekräftelse
- Thai: การยืนยัน
- Turkish: teyit
- Ukrainian: підтвердження
- Vietnamese: sự xác nhận
Definition of confirmation from the Collins English Dictionary
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