Meaning of corroborative in English:

corroborative

Pronunciation /kəˈrɒbərətɪv/

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Translate corroborative into Spanish

adjective

See corroborate

‘Most of the examples we use to illustrate the theoretical constructs we propose here come from our own data corpus, supported by corroborative cases from the literature whenever possible.’
  • ‘All too rarely is corroborative material offered in support.’
  • ‘I was most concerned there was an attempt to mould them so they were corroborative, which I felt was misguided and false.’
  • ‘In the total disregard of these basic rights as citizens, one is forced to take sides on the basis of informed speculation only rather than corroborative documents and evidentiary material.’
  • ‘I feel there is a need for corroborative evidence in these cases and a by-law like this could leave a Judge open to making bad orders.’