Affirm ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Affirm ( verb )

  1. To state positively; assert.
  2. To confirm the validity or truth of.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin affirmare, from ad- "to" + firmare "make firm".

Examples:

  1. He affirmed the company's commitment to customer service.
  2. She affirmed her belief in the importance of education.
  3. The court affirmed the decision of the lower court.
  4. He affirmed that he would be on time.
  5. They affirmed the accuracy of the report.

(As a noun)

Affirm ( noun )

  1. To state positively; assert.
  2. To confirm the validity or truth of.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin affirmare, from ad- "to" + firmare "make firm".

Examples:

  1. He affirmed the company's commitment to customer service.
  2. She affirmed her belief in the importance of education.
  3. The court affirmed the decision of the lower court.
  4. He affirmed that he would be on time.
  5. They affirmed the accuracy of the report.
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