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ratify
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
ratify /'rætifai/
  • danh từ
    • thông qua, phê chuẩn
      • to ratify a contract: thông qua một hợp đồng
Concise Dictionary
ratified|ratifies|ratifying'rætɪfaɪ
verb
+approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation
Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
approve, sanction, endorse, support, corroborate, uphold, back (up), sustain, establish, validate, substantiate, verify, authenticate, guarantee, warrant, certify, affirm, ensure, clinch, settle:
The pact was ratified by all members.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
(ratifies, ratifying, ratified, ratified) [VN] to make an agreement officially valid by voting for or signing it: The treaty was ratified by all the member states.
ratification noun [U]: The agreement is subject to ratification by the Senate.


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