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ratifier (plural ratifiers)
- One who ratifies.
- One who is in favor of ratification.
From Medieval Latin ratificare, from Latin ratus (“established, authoritative; fixed, certain”).
- IPA(key): /?a.ti.fje/
- to ratify (give formal consent to)
- “ratifier” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
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From Old French ratifier, from Medieval Latin ratifico, from Latin ratus (“reckoned”).
- IPA(key): /??æt?fa?/, /??æt?fa?/
- Rhymes: -æt?fa?
ratify (third-person singular simple present ratifies, present participle ratifying, simple past and past participle ratified)
- (transitive) To give formal consent to; make officially valid, sign off on.
- (give formal consent to): approve
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