# Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Prove"

## The meaning of "Prove" in various phrases and sentences

**Q:**What does with too much to

**prove**mean?

**A:**“for sure”に関係ありません。

He had too much to

**prove**. 自分の有能や覚悟、優秀なことばかり証明して見せたがっている。見せたければ見せたいほど面倒になって問題を起こすこともあります。

本当に問題かどうか例や文脈によりますが。

**Q:**What does You might yet

**prove**me wrong. mean?

**A:**你可能还会证明我错了

**Q:**What does

**prove**to be mean?

**A:**To prove- kanıtlamak/ispatlamak.

**Q:**What does

**prove**it mean?

**A:**give evidence

show me

**Q:**What does

**prove**it mean?

**A:**hi

## Example sentences using "Prove"

**Q:**Please show me example sentences with

**prove**me wrong.

**A:**It has the same meaning as '

**prove**that I am wrong'.

**Q:**Please show me example sentences with will certainly

**prove**.

**A:**Will certainly

**prove**= will provide a definite answer or conclusion

Her future actions will certainly

**prove**whether or not she can be trusted.

Her prudent habits will certainly

**prove**that she is a capable individual.

**Q:**Please show me example sentences with

**prove**.

**A:**The medicine is

**to work.**

**prove**nThere is not enough evidence to

**prove**him wrong.

**Q:**Please show me example sentences with

**prove**to do.

**A:**I don't think I've ever seen this phrase before, you just "

**prove**something (is wrong/right/etc.)". Prove to do doesn't really make sense :P

## Synonyms of "Prove" and their differences

**Q:**What is the difference between

**prove**and test ?

**A:**Si yo uso “

**prove**” es porque yo creo que tengo razón. Si digo “test” es porque no sé qué pasará. Tal vez tengo una idea pero no lo sé con certeza.

I am going to

**prove**that he is lying.

I am going to test him to see if he is lying.

En estos ejemplos, yo creo que el hombre es un mentiroso y voy a encontrar pruebas de apoyo. En el segundo, sospecho que podría estar mintiendo.

**Q:**What is the difference between

**prove**it and attest it ?

**A:**To attest to something is to tell someone that a statement is true based on the evidence of your personal experience.

A: Why weren’t you here yesterday?

B: I was at C’s house.

C: I can attest to that.

C can’t

**prove**B is telling the truth unless C has video cameras in the house or other hard evidence. C is saying instead, “You can trust me. I know B was at my house because I was there with B.”

**Q:**What is the difference between

**prove**and probe ?

**A:**Probe and

**prove**are two different words.

Prove: To show something is right

Probe: To look around

Prove: "To

**prove**that I was 6 feet tall, I measured myself"

Probe: "The teacher probed her desk for more pencils"

Probe can also be a part of a spaceship. Although using the word "probe" is not common

**Q:**What is the difference between proved and attested and certified and testified and credential ?

**A:**

**prove**d= shown to be true

attested= to certify as true

certify= to confirm true (same as attest)

testify= to provide supporting evidence to

**prove**something true

credential= something to show that a person is qualified

**Q:**What is the difference between

**prove**and proof ?

**A:**@karenchiou:

**prove**is a verb meaning the demonstration of truth or evidence of someone's argument.

proof is a noun or an adjective - is the evidence itself

I am going to

**prove**you wrong.

Here is proof that you are wrong.

## Translations of "Prove"

**Q:**How do you say this in English (US)?

**prove**

**A:**Check the question to view the answer

**Q:**How do you say this in English (UK)?

**prove**

**A:**Check the question to view the answer

**Q:**How do you say this in English (US)?

**prove**to beのto beは省けますか？

**A:**Yes, they would mean the same thing.

It's important that you use quotation marks in those sentences. They look very confusing without them.

You would write the second sentence as:

Can you leave "to be" out of "

**prove**to be"?

## Other questions about "Prove"

**Q:**I can't

**prove**that I am right. does this sound natural?

**A:**完璧です。

**Q:**not

**prove**does this sound natural?

**A:**Sorry again 😅 I mean you WOULD say “There’s no proof”

**Q:**"It may not

**prove**to be worth it." does this sound natural?

**A:**It might not be worth it

**Q:**its telling how amazing he is.

it

**proves**how amazing he is. does this sound natural?

**A:**‘It shows how amazing he is’ instead of telling, you can say shows :)

**Q:**He

**proved**himself to be intelligent. does this sound natural?

**A:**Perfect’

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