verb (used with object), cer·tif·i·cat·ed, cer·tif·i·cat·ing.
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Origin of certificate
OTHER WORDS FROM certificatecer·tif·i·ca·to·ry [ser-tif-uh-ki-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee], /sərˈtɪf ə kɪˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/, adjectivenon·cer·tif·i·cat·ed, adjectiveun·cer·tif·i·cat·ed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for certificate
Death certificates are public records – this is something both Voice of San Diego and San Diego County agree on.County Officials Dig in to Keep COVID-19 Info Private|Sara Libby and Jared Whitlock|November 19, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Though death certificates are public records, the county argued that anyone seeking them must provide a name or other identifying information.Morning Report: County Must Provide COVID-19 Death Data|Voice of San Diego|November 13, 2020|Voice of San Diego
In turn, this information would allow access to either the death certificates — or records with similar information.Judge Orders County to Disclose COVID-Related Death Data|Jared Whitlock|November 12, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Those certificates can come days or weeks after the deaths — deaths that are reported by counties and states in near real time.The Trumps don’t seem to understand that their supporters are dying from the coronavirus|Philip Bump|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
The university has been buying renewable-energy certificates, or RECs, for its electricity needs since 2013.Georgetown University to power campus with electricity from solar plants|Lauren Lumpkin|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
It is to a certificated teacher that, as an educationalist (if I may give myself so formidable a title), "I owe my soul."What Is and What Might Be|Edmond Holmes
Pilotage dues on sections of the river, or where it appears necessary to establish stations of certificated pilots.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
What's more, he's a certificated man, and his say-so on a nautical observation of longitude would be legal in the courts.The Boy With the U.S. Miners|Francis Rolt-Wheeler
Is a certificated officer in the mercantile marine, intrusted with the entire charge of a ship, both as regards life and property.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
There is a bureau where she is registered, certificated, and signs her name.The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 3 of 6|Eugne Sue