I want to talk to someone and make sure something is done. How to express this meaning using the word confirm? I'm not sure whether it should be confirm to sb or confirm with sb. Is there another way to say it?
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With is correct:
You can also request confirmation:
With this sense, you can also confirm something for someone:
That is, to act on their request for confirmation.
I think there are three distinct meanings for "confirm":
I think all of them can use "with" (which can therefore sometimes be ambiguous). The second can also use "to".
protected by Mari-Lou A Oct 20 '15 at 4:06
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