certify

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  • You can send one of your own doctors to certify what I say. Cited from The Rocks of Valpre, by Ethel May Dell
  • Less than three weeks after its release, the record was certified gold for sales of one million copies.
  • A medical doctor must certify the illness no later than one week after the first sick day.
  • In the Netherlands one must complete medical school after which one is certified as a medical doctor.
  • Century Child was certified gold two hours after its release, and platinum two weeks afterwards.
  • The societies must set up an independent joint body to certify their quality-management systems.
  • All three albums were certified platinum upon or soon after their release.
  • The album was certified gold at release and sold over a million copies in the first month of its release.
  • It has since sold over ten million copies there and was certified diamond.
  • He wants me to certify that he is more awake than you think him. Cited from Works Charles and Mary Lamb, V5, Letters, by Lamb
  • Indeed the certifying officer was almost brought to the door of every Southern household. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Volume 2 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • The album became his first to be certified gold.
  • "There are other ways besides words in which a man can certify his good will." Cited from The Gold Hunter's Adventures, by William H. Thomes
  • Released to solid reviews, it sold well enough to be certified gold.
  • It became a top five entry in Germany, and was subsequently certified Gold.
  • Five weeks after its release, the album was certified gold and platinum.
  • Nevertheless, the group's debut album was certified Gold in the summer.
  • Only a certified food manager can use the commercial kitchen.
  • The single was also certified gold for sales of over one million copies in the US.
  • However, a technician typically has no special legal powers and cannot certify their work.
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Words starting with certify

Meaning of certify

  • verb Guarantee payment on; of checks
  • verb Guarantee as meeting a certain standard
    certified grade AAA meat
  • verb Declare legally insane