re-prove
/ree proohv"/, v.t., v.i., re-proved, re-proved or re-proven, re-proving.
to prove again.
[1520-30; RE- + PROVE]

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  • re-prove — /ree proohv /, v.t., v.i., re proved, re proved or re proven, re proving. to prove again. [1520 30; RE + PROVE] …   Useful english dictionary

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