Adjective "reconfirm" definition and examples

(Reconfirm may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/riːkənˈfəːm/

Definitions and examples

verb

Confirm again.
  1. 'Berghofer resigned but was reconfirmed as mayor of Dresden shortly afterwards'
  2. 'Above all, it reconfirmed my feeling that I really was better off not going.'
  3. 'The players continued with the tour only after the agreed procedures had been reconfirmed with diplomats and security advisers.'
  4. 'He first became mayor in a 1996 by-election, and was reconfirmed in the position in both 1997 and 2000.'
  5. 'Why has Clarke continually reconfirmed her support for the approach, despite these reservations?'
  6. 'We honored our part of the contract by reconfirming the flight bookings with your authorized agents.'
  7. 'All previously approved accounts must be reconfirmed.'
  8. 'Call the airline to reconfirm your flights on the day of departure to prevent any surprises at the airport.'
  9. 'Once confirmed, they do not need to be reconfirmed later.'
  10. 'It reconfirms the principle that indefinite detention is contrary to the U.S. Constitution and international law.'
  11. 'Furthermore, in many universities a vacancy does not exist until a post has been reconfirmed and funding assured.'

More definitions

1. to establish the truth, accuracy, validity, or genuineness of; corroborate; verify: This report confirms my suspicions.

2. to acknowledge with definite assurance: Did the hotel confirm our room reservation?

3. to make valid or binding by some formal or legal act; sanction; ratify: to confirm a treaty; to confirm her appointment to the Supreme Court.

4. to make firm or more firm; add strength to; settle or establish firmly: Their support confirmed my determ

More examples(as adjective)

"tickets can be reconfirm."

"recommendations can be reconfirm."

Origin

(confirm)