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proof in English:

1. evidence evidence


There's no evidence.
If we take this additional evidence into consideration, the second law must be modified.
Evidence that Harrison did not intend this work to be a parody can be seen in his letter to Mrs. Evans.
Evidence that the above example is farfetched can be seen by comparing the total occurrences of component X.
Today, their efforts have paid off and they are in possession of conclusive evidence, an achievement which is indeed commendable.
Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.
What does destroying evidence get you? The usual thing would be to contact the police, wouldn't it?
The walking stick serves the purpose of an advertisement that the bearer's hands are employed otherwise than in useful effort, and it therefore has utility as an evidence of leisure.
We know that people ate olives long ago because scientists have found evidence.
New evidence suggests that music does not just satisfy the feel-good factor but is also good for the brain.
The investigator left no stone unturned in his search for evidence. When he left the place, it was in an utter mess.
The evidence is laid out before us. Considering that, together with the fact that he has no alibi, there's no question that he's the guilty one.
Try to investigate in depth the cultural values your text brings into evidence.

English word "proof"(evidence) occurs in sets:

Amelia Earhart

2. prove


In the 1950s, two scientists tried to prove the theory mathematically.
Mathematicians are poets, except that they have to prove what their fantasy creates.
They knew that he did it but they couldn't prove it.
it has proved difficult to confirm the effectiveness of this method
proved, proven
With pure logic you can prove the biggest nonsense.
A car is convenient, to be sure, but, after all, it will prove expensive.
Now, we show how this lemma can be used to prove our main theorem.
Solar storms next year could prove disastrous for the electrical grid.
I don't quite follow, but it looks like it will prove tricky. Ergh.
All lost umbrellas turn into paper clips, as anyone can prove when finding these.
If they are proved guilty we won't trade with them.
Come prove various parts of your story...
They couldn’t prove that she was guilty. to prove sb right/wrong. to prove to be useful/easy. to prove yourself
The word prove means to demonstrate the truth or existence of (something) by evidence or argument.

English word "proof"(prove) occurs in sets:

SŁOWOTWÓRSTWO rzeczowniki ->czasowniki
Słowotwórstwo - angielski
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