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synonyms for validate

  • approve
  • certify
  • confirm
  • corroborate
  • endorse
  • justify
  • legalize
  • legitimize
  • ratify
  • substantiate
  • verify
  • authenticate
  • authorize
  • constitute
  • okay
  • sanction
  • John Hancock
  • bear out
  • give stamp of approval
  • give the go-ahead
  • give the green light
  • give the nod
  • make binding
  • make legal
  • make stick
  • rubber-stamp
  • set seal on
  • sign off on
See also synonyms for: validated / validates / validating
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antonyms for validate

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  • contradict
  • deny
  • disagree
  • disallow
  • disapprove
  • discredit
  • disprove
  • invalidate
  • oppose
  • refuse
  • reject
  • repudiate
  • veto
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How to use validate in a sentence

Where there is less than a 1% chance of a candidate being a false positive, it is considered a validated planet.
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John Mascola, the head of vaccine research for the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, who has helped set up Operation Warp Speed, says that the project is currently in the process of creating and validating standardized assays.
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For one thing, the test needs to be validated on samples from patients who have actually tested positive for covid-19.
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The next step is to validate promising anti-aging genetic differences, similar to how scientists validated such differences in nematode worms during classic longevity studies.
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The software couldn’t validate her identity and she was denied access to tests so often that she had to go to her professor to make other arrangements.
SOFTWARE THAT MONITORS STUDENTS DURING TESTS PERPETUATES INEQUALITY AND VIOLATES THEIR PRIVACYAMY NORDRUMAUGUST 7, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
They later validated the system through observations of 40 other objects.
HOW TO CAST A WIDER NET FOR TRACKING SPACE JUNKNEEL PATELAUGUST 5, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Popescu’s chart ranks “outdoor picnic or porch dining” with people outside your household as low risk — a very validating categorization, personally.
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Six weeks later, as a sanity check, we found that mice with a running wheel performed far better than their lounging counterparts in multiple memory tests, validating previous studies that show exercise benefits the aging brain.
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Testing a dynamic rendering solution can be difficult as Cloudflare blocks non-validated Googlebot requests via reverse DNS lookup.
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This is all that is necessary to validate the use of images to be made in the sequel.
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