[ ver-uh-fi-key-shuh n ]
/ ˌvɛr ə fɪˈkeɪ ʃən /
the act of verifying.
the state of being verified.
evidence that establishes or confirms the accuracy or truth of something: We could find no verification for his fantastic claims.
a formal assertion of the truth of something, as by oath or affidavit.
the process of research, examination, etc., required to prove or establish authenticity or validity.
Law. a short confirmatory affidavit at the end of a pleading or petition.
- verifiability principle,
- verification principle,
Origin of verification
ver·i·fi·ca·tive, ver·i·fi·ca·to·ry, adjectivenon·ver·i·fi·ca·tion, nounpre·ver·i·fi·ca·tion, nounre·ver·i·fi·ca·tion, noun
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/ (ˌvɛrɪfɪˈkeɪʃən) /
establishment of the correctness of a theory, fact, etc
evidence that provides proof of an assertion, theory, etc
- (formerly) a short affidavit at the end of a pleading stating the pleader's readiness to prove his assertions
- confirmatory evidence
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1520s, from Old French verificacion or directly from Medieval Latin *verificationem (nominative verificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of verificare (see verify). Middle English had verifiaunce (c.1400).
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