proveverb

  • ja〔~であると〕分かる、判明する
  • ento establish the truth or validity of something, especially by presenting evidence or making an argument using facts

Examples

PLAY
0:04 / --:--
Mute
1.
Sergeant Terrence Jeffords, 4 years ago on this exact date,
2.
you told me I was too old to learn how to do the worm.
3.
I vowed on that day to prove you a fool.
4.
And today, I shall.
5.
Check it.
6.
I'm on fire!
PLAY
0:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
What exactly is the point of the box?
2.
Chandler.
3.
The meaning of the box is three-fold.
4.
One, it gives me the time to think about what I did.
5.
Two, it proves how much I care about my friendship with Joey.
6.
And 3, it hurts.
PLAY
4:06 / --:--
Mute
1.
Amy, you are an amazing cop and a great leader.
2.
And you have proven that a billion times over.
3.
You can't let other people's opinions get in the way of what you want,
4.
especially because other people suck.
PLAY
1:49 / --:--
Mute
1.
I swear, and I shouldn't.
2.
Prove that you swear.
3.
Oh, prove that I swear?
4.
Ass, fuck, shit!
PLAY
4:49 / --:--
Mute
1.
Watcha doolian?
2.
Online school.
3.
- I gotta prove that I did 4 hours of community service this month. - Oh.
4.
So I'm sending in some pics of me feeding homeless animals.
PLAY
2:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
Noel Kahn was there the whole time.
2.
He was helping Charlotte.
3.
But this proves that he tortured us and he's gonna go to jail for that.
PLAY
11:04 / --:--
Mute
1.
If you got high grass or your tree's too tall,
2.
pick up the phone and call the brothers-in-law.
3.
So, what do you think?
4.
I think you just proved that not all black people can dance.
PLAY
5:05 / --:--
Mute
1.
You ready?
2.
That looks totally gross and I'm really sorry,
3.
but it was just to prove that it was a liquid center.
4.
But that is a booze-filled gusher.