Definition of 'confirmed'
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On the driver's door, the sick joke of an aircraft silhouette with a black cross superimposed, symbol of a confirmed kill. THE LAST RAVEN (2002)I talked to the director, who confirmed that he arrived with references from Carisbrook. LOST SUMMER (2002)By the time it splintered open HQ had confirmed it: they were alone. THE SCAR (2002)
Trends of 'confirmed'
Very Common. confirmed is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'confirmed'
British English: confirmed ADJECTIVE
You use confirmed to describe someone who has a particular habit or belief that they are very unlikely to change.
I'm a confirmed bachelor.
Definition of confirmed from the Collins English Dictionary
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