1. to pass
I want to pass the exam
Inglés palabraaprobar"(to pass) ocurre en conjuntos:Basic Verbs - Verbos Básicos
Some people don't approve of professional baseball.
Grant asked the Senate to approve the treaty.
It has not yet been decided whether to approve of your proposal.
All the delegates voted to approve it.
Who approves the Programme?
A famous Japanese poet does not approve of any fixed doctrine in haiku.
In asking voters to approve the new tax, the President appealed to reason.
We should be the last people on earth to approve of the use of atomic energy for military purposes.
Two hours and 20 minutes later, the plan was approved.
We do not have to approve Nord Stream; we might well approve the Amber pipeline. Unfortunately I cannot approve of the behaviour of the Burmese Government and the Burmese authorities.
“I can’t say I approve of everything he does, Maudie, but he’s my brother, and I just want him to know when this will ever end.
The teacher approved the topic of my essay
We had to wait months for the council to approve our plans to extend the house.
C.J. needs you to approve this. Anybody capable of thought must approve it.
Inglés palabraaprobar"(approve) ocurre en conjuntos:Ferrovial London