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collaborate (kuh LAB uh rayt") (verb)
1. To work together, typically in an intellectual undertaking: The scientists agreed to collaborate in their research.
2. To assist or to work with an organization of which an individual may not be a member: The spies agreed to collaborate with the enemy which was planning to invade the islands.
corroborate (kuh ROB uh rayt") (verb)
To confirm or to provide supporting evidence or information: The independent research from the two scientists appeared to corroborate the cause of the disease.

The committee continued to collaborate on their research; in fact, their most recent findings seemed to corroborate their earlier conclusions.

corroborate (verb), corroborates; corroborated; corroborating
1. To give or to present evidence of the truth of something: What Jack saw from the street corner corroborated exactly with how the car accident happened.
2. To provide a legal or a formal confirmation to something; such as, a law, a legal act, etc.: The written statement provided by the tenants in court did not corroborate with the owner’s presumption that they were responsible for the leak in the roof.
3. To strengthen an opinion, a statement, or an argument, etc. with additional information that supports what has been presented before: Fortunately Ed’s father was able to corroborate the fact that his son didn't kick the ball through the neighbor's window.
To validate or to confirm a statement or action.
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To make more certain.
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To give additional proof about an accusation.
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This entry is located in the following units: com-, co-, cog-, col-, con-, cor- (page 7) robor-, robust- (page 1)
Word Entries at Get Words: “corroborate
To present support for or to strengthen a statement that confirms what has been declared to be true. (3)