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Inglês Britânico: prove /pruːv/ VERB
bear out If something proves to be true, it becomes clear after a period of time that it is true.
The reports proved to be true.
- Inglês Americano: prove
- Árabe: يُثَبِّت
- Português Brasileiro: provar
- Chinês: 证明
- Croata: dokazati
- Tcheco: ukázat se jakým
- Dinamarquês: bevise
- Holandês: bewijzen
- Espanhol Europeu: probar
- Finlandês: todistaa
- Francês: s’avérer
- Alemão: beweisen
- Grego: αποδεικνύω
- Italiano: dimostrarsi
- Japonês: 立証する
- Coreano: 입증하다
- Norueguês: bevise
- Polonês: udowodnić
- Português Europeu: provar
- Romeno: a dovedi
- Russo: доказывать
- Espanhol: probar
- Sueco: jäsa
- Tailandês: พิสูจน์
- Turco: kanıtlamak
- Ucraniano: доводити
- Vietnamita: chứng minh
Inglês Britânico: prove VERB
argue If you prove that something is true, you show by means of argument or evidence that it is definitely true.
You brought this charge. You prove it!
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