Found 3 items, similar to affirm.
English → Indonesian
menegaskan, mengafirmasikan, mengesahkan, mengiyakan
English → English
v 1: establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; “his
story confirmed my doubts”
; “The evidence supports the
] [ant: negate
2: to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; “Before
God I swear I am innocent”
3: say yes to
English → English
([a^]f*f[~e]rm"), v. t. [imp. & p. p.
(-f[~e]rmd"); p. pr. & vb. n. Affirming
affermen, OF. afermer, F. affirmer, affermir, fr. L.
affirmare; ad + firmare to make firm, firmus firm. See
1. To make firm; to confirm, or ratify; esp. (Law), to assert
or confirm, as a judgment, decree, or order, brought
before an appellate court for review.
2. To assert positively; to tell with confidence; to aver; to
maintain as true; -- opposed to deny
Jesus, . . . whom Paul affirmed to be alive. --Acts
3. (Law) To declare, as a fact, solemnly, under judicial
sanction. See Affirmation
Syn: To assert; aver; declare; asseverate; assure; pronounce;
protest; avouch; confirm; establish; ratify.
Usage: To Affirm
affirm when we declare a thing as a fact or a
proposition. We asseverate it in a peculiarly earnest
manner, or with increased positiveness as what can not
be disputed. We aver it, or formally declare it to be
true, when we have positive knowledge of it. We
protest in a more public manner and with the energy of
perfect sincerity. People asseverate in order to
produce a conviction of their veracity; they aver when
they are peculiarly desirous to be believed; they
protest when they wish to free themselves from
imputations, or to produce a conviction of their
, v. i.
1. To declare or assert positively.
Not that I so affirm, though so it seem
To thee, who hast thy dwelling here on earth.
2. (Law) To make a solemn declaration, before an authorized
magistrate or tribunal, under the penalties of perjury; to
testify by affirmation.