1. to speak or think favorably of; pronounce or consider agreeable or good; judge favorably: to approve the policies of the administration.
2. to consent or agree to: Father approved our plan to visit Chicago.
3. to confirm or sanction formally; ratify: The Senate promptly approved the bill.
4. Obsolete. to demonstrate; show. to make good; attest. to prove by trial. to convict. verb (used without object), approved, approving.
"wordings can be approve by legislatures."
"ventures can be approve by competitions."
"ventures can be approve by commissions."
"ventures can be approve by bodies."
"people can be approve by boards."
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