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The study confirms the findings of earlier research.
Please bring something with you that confirms your identity.
The doctor may run a test to confirm that you are pregnant.
Their strange behavior was enough to confirm my suspicions.
When she saw the letter her worst fears were confirmed.
His words confirmed me in my belief that our cause was right.
You can make an appointment now, and then call nearer the time to confirm.
The date of the meeting is still to be confirmed.
The parliament's decision still has to be confirmed in a referendum.
This is the American English definition of confirm. View British English definition of confirm.
old and in bad condition, or no longer effective