- v.证实，支持（某种说法、信仰、理论等）( corroborate的过去式 );
Alice corroborated what Blair had said.
The evidence was corroborated by two independent witnesses.
Experiments have corroborated her predictions.
All the facts have corroborated that.
Witnesses corroborated the policeman's statement.
I had access to a wide range of documents which corroborated the story.
" That's right, " corroborated Tom kindly. " We heard that you were engaged. "
“ 不错, ” 汤姆和蔼地附和说, “ 我们听说你订婚了. ”
英汉文学 - 盖茨比
A claimed witness of the accident corroborated the driver's statement.
He recollected Rip at once, and corroborated his story in the most satisfactory manner.
A person who saw the accident corroborated the driver's statement.
Descartes corroborated the existence of ego from the fact of consciousness, viz.
Two persons who saw the road accident corroborated the driver's statesmen.
Two persons who saw the road accident corroborated the driver's statement.
The witness corroborated the accused's statement.
His friend corroborated his guilt.
1. supported or established by evidence or proof;
"the substantiated charges"
"a verified case"