Verb(1) support from beneath(2) support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm
(1) The Government's legislation to underpin its workplace changes is yet to materialise.(2) He said the partnership process must underpin competitiveness as the core element of any possible new agreement.(3) In this essay I want to trace the origins of some of the common principles and assumptions which underpin the writing workshop.(4) The claim of the insured included an additional claim to underpin an adjacent office block, which was not part of the insured property.(5) The story of her parents' struggle to raise four children in an alien culture underpins her book and her beliefs.(6) Much of the collection is unique unpublished material which underpins music performance and research in Australia.(7) Thus, rivalry was built into the structure of material life that underpinned the economy of production and exchange.(8) Eleven years ago, the Guildhall was forced to spend Ôö¼├║626,000 underpinning the foundations of the scheduled monument which has been in council ownership since 1925.(9) Work began on rectifying the structural problems of the library and extra piles were inserted and the building was underpinned .(10) The success of this arrangement was underpinned by unquestioned trust in the integrity of the medical profession.(11) He said, ├ö├ç├┐We are remembering the past, honouring the present and underpinning a legacy for future generations in gathering here today.├ö├ç├û(12) The theme underpinning the film's murder investigation is the dire and inescapable consequences of circumstance and personal choice.(13) Children played cricket at the Centre on a daily basis and what was achieved there underpinned the success of Yorkshire cricket.(14) We should never lose sight of the fact that it is engagement in a real economy that underpins reciprocity in society.(15) His know-how is underpinned by a strong appreciation of discipline.(16) These themes are underpinned by unquestioned assumptions about the dangers of modern life, lazily repeated like a mantra through much of the media.
1. corroborate ::
2. support ::
3. bear out ::
Different Formsunderpin, underpins
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