证明, 查验, 检验, 勘探, 显示
v.establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment
○ The experiment demonstrated the instability of the compound
○ The mathematician showed the validity of the conjecture
○ demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof
v.take a trial impression of
v.be shown or be found to be
○ She proved to be right
○ The medicine turned out to save her life
○ She turned up HIV positive
To prove the shortage, we are enclosing a certificate of CCIB.
Leave the dough to prove for half an hour
A relatively small amount of capital provided to an investor or entrepreneur, usually to prove a concept.
I shall bring to the job a willingness to work and an eagerness to improve. Let me prove this to you.
He was armed with many facts and figures to prove his case.
Demand record-keeping and tracking systems that place the onus on manufacturers to prove that cigarettes arrive legally in their intended markets
Practice will prove whether it is right for us to lift price controls and accelerate the reform.
In order to qualify as a patented invention in most countries, the inventor must prove that the object is novel, non-obvious, and useful.
Achieving goals is very important to a Martian, because it's the way for him to prove his competence and thus feel good about himself.
If he be not APT to beat over matters, and to call up one thing to prove and illustrate another, let him study the lawyers’ cases