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ratify (verb), ratifies; ratified, ratifying
1. To make something officially valid or to give formal approval or consent by voting for it or signing it: Several countries will ratify a treaty in the upcoming week and it is scheduled to go into effect the following month.
2. Etymology: from Latin ratificare, "to confirm, to approve."
Agreeing to a law or treaty.
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To vote for or to approve a treaty, legislative bill, etc. (1)