vindicate

US [ˈvɪndɪˌkeɪt]
UK [ˈvɪndɪkeɪt]
  • v.证实;证明有理;澄清(责难或嫌疑);证明(某人)无罪(责)
  • Web辩护;维护;证明…正确
Simple Present:vindicates  Present Participle:vindicating  Past Tense:vindicated  
vindicate
v.
1.
~ sth
证实;证明有理to prove that sth is true or that you were right to do sth, especially when other people had a different opinion
I have every confidence that this decision will be fully vindicated.
我完全相信这一决定的正确性将得到充分证明。
2.
~ sb
澄清(责难或嫌疑);证明(某人)无罪(责)to prove that sb is not guilty when they have been accused of doing sth wrong or illegal
New evidence emerged, vindicating him completely.
新证据出现了,证明他完全是无辜的。

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