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Validate vs. Verify

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Validateverb

(transitive) To render valid.

Verifyverb

(transitive) To substantiate or prove the truth of something

Validateverb

(transitive) To check or prove the validity of; verify.

Verifyverb

(transitive) To confirm or test the truth or accuracy of something

Validateverb

(ergative) To have its validity successfully proven.

‘The data file cannot be imported because it doesn't validate.’;

Verifyverb

To affirm something formally, under oath

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Validateverb

To confirm; to render valid; to give legal force to.

‘The chamber of deputies . . . refusing to validate at once the election of an official candidate.’;

Verifyverb

To prove to be true or correct; to establish the truth of; to confirm; to substantiate.

‘This is verified by a number of examples.’; ‘So shalt thou best fulfill, best verify.The prophets old, who sung thy endless reign.’;

Validateverb

declare or make legally valid

Verifyverb

To confirm or establish the authenticity of by examination or competent evidence; to authenticate; as, to verify a written statement; to verify an account, a pleading, or the like.

‘To verify our title with their lives.’;

Validateverb

prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something

Verifyverb

To maintain; to affirm; to support.

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Validateverb

give evidence for

Verifyverb

confirm the truth of;

‘Please verify that the doors are closed’; ‘verify a claim’;

Validateverb

make valid or confirm the validity of;

‘validate a ticket’;

Verifyverb

verify or regulate by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard, of scientific experiments;

‘Are you controlling for the temperature?’;

Verifyverb

attach or append a legal verification to (a pleading or petition)

Verifyverb

to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true;

‘Before God I swear I am innocent’;

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