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VERB 证实，证明(情况属实) If something confirms what you believe, suspect, or fear, it shows that it is definitely true.
X-rays have confirmed that he has not broken any bones...
These new statistics confirm our worst fears about the depth of the recession...
VERB （某人）证实，肯定，确认 If you confirm something that has been stated or suggested, you say that it is true because you know about it.
The spokesman confirmed that the area was now in rebel hands...
He confirmed what had long been feared...
VERB (通常指通过信件或电话)确定，确认(安排或预约) If you confirm an arrangement or appointment, you say that it is definite, usually in a letter or on the telephone.
You make the reservation, and I'll confirm it in writing.
VERB 为…施坚振礼（或坚信礼）(从而正式成为基督教会的成员) If someone is confirmed, they are formally accepted as a member of a Christian church during a ceremony in which they say they believe what the church teaches.
He was confirmed as a member of the Church of England.
VERB 使坚定，使确信(自己的决定、信仰或观点) If something confirms you in your decision, belief, or opinion, it makes you think that you are definitely right.
It has confirmed me in my decision not to become a nun.
VERB 加强，巩固(地位、角色或权力) If someone confirms their position, role, or power, they do something to make their power, position, or role stronger or more definite.
Williams has confirmed his position as the world's number one snooker player.
VERB 巩固，确保(某人的名声、角色或地位) If something confirms you as something, it shows that you definitely deserve a name, role, or position.
His new role could confirm him as one of our leading actors.