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1a: ratify means to make something lawful. b: to give her formal approval by stamping her passport. c: to declare (a person) elected, as well as to confirm the validity of (an election). 2a: to support or corroborate experiments meant to validate the theory on a sound or authoritative foundation.

To validate anything means to affirm, legalise, or prove its accuracy. Research demonstrating the dangers of smoking is an example of anything that supports allegations that smoking is harmful.

  •  To validate the order, you'll need an official signature.
  • This discovery appears to back up popular astrology's beliefs.

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