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Reconfirm vs. Reaffirm

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Reconfirmverb

To confirm again; to establish more firmly

Reaffirmverb

To affirm again.

Reconfirmverb

To advise an airline of your intention to use a reservation, or risk cancellation.

Reaffirmverb

To bolster or support.

‘The recent tragedy only served to reaffirm his faith.’;

Reconfirmverb

To confirm anew.

Reaffirmverb

To affirm again.

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Reconfirmverb

confirm again;

‘You must reconfirm your flight reservations’;

Reaffirmverb

affirm once again;

‘He reaffirmed his faith in the church’;

Reconfirmverb

confirm again

‘this has been reconfirmed by a recent Higher Labour Court decision’; ‘Berghofer resigned but was reconfirmed as mayor of Dresden shortly afterwards’;

Reaffirmverb

state again strongly

‘the prime minister reaffirmed his commitment to the agreement’; ‘he reaffirmed that it was essential to strengthen the rule of law’;

Reaffirmverb

confirm the validity of (something previously established)

‘the election reaffirmed his position as leader’;

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