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prov·en

 (pro͞o′vən)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of prove.
adj.
Having been demonstrated or verified without doubt: "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness and prescience" (Joyce Carol Oates). See Usage Note at prove.

prov′en·ly adv.

proven

(ˈpruːvən)
vb
1. a past participle of prove
2. (Law) See not proven
adj
tried; tested: a proven method.
ˈprovenly adv
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Adj.1.proven - established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"

proven

adjective established, accepted, proved, confirmed, tried, tested, checked, reliable, valid, definite, authentic, certified, verified, attested, undoubted, dependable, trustworthy There is a proven link between smoking and lung cancer.
Translations
مُبَرْهَن، مُثْبَت
dokázaný
bevist
bebizonyítottbizonyított
sannaîur
dokázaný
kanıtlanmış

proven

[ˈpruːvən]
A. PP of prove
B. ADJ
1. (gen) [formula, method] → de eficacia probada; [abilities] → probado
it's a proven fact thatestá probado or demostrado que ..., es un hecho comprobado que ...
2. [ˈprəʊvən] (Scot) (Jur) the case was found not provenel acusado fue absuelto por falta de pruebas

proven

[ˈprəʊvən ˈpruːvən]
pp of prove
adj [ability] → avéré(e)
to have a proven track record → avoir fait ses preuves

proven

ptp of prove
adjbewährt; not proven (Scot Jur) → unbewiesen

prove

(pruːv) verb
1. to show to be true or correct. This fact proves his guilt; He was proved guilty; Can you prove your theory?
2. to turn out, or be found, to be. His suspicions proved (to be) correct; This tool proved very useful.
ˈproven adjective
(especially in law) proved.
References in classic literature ?
Those which had been held in Chicago so far had proven most dismal failures, and tonight, the speaker being no less a personage than a candidate for the vice-presidency of the nation, the political managers had been trembling with anxiety.
And even by the help of tradition the only thing that could be proven was that none of the five had seen daylight for thirty-five years: how much longer this privation has lasted was not guessable.
We had followed this ram round and round in a circle all day--a thing which was proven by the discovery that we had watered the Expedition seven times at one and same spring in seven hours.
He notified the Western Union confidentially, of course, that its case could not be proven, and that "Bell was the original inventor of the telephone.
Sancho was mounted on his Dapple, with his alforjas, valise, and proven.
Kantos Kan had fought several times during the day and like myself had always proven victorious, but occasionally by the smallest of margins, especially when pitted against the green warriors.
My knowledge of com- parative physiology is confined to a book or two, but it seems to me that Carver's suggestions as to the reason of the rapid death of the Martians is so probable as to be regarded almost as a proven conclusion.
But had it not been proven at Umballa that his sign in the high heavens portended War and armed men?
Galloway's Tried and Proven will stand any old strain you care to put on them.
But that Tars Tarkas was the bravest of the brave he had proven thousands of times; yes, tens of thousands in countless mortal combats with men and beasts.
If the trouble occurred in the conductor's department, that officer must suffer if his subordinate cannot be proven guilty; if in the engineer's department and the case be similar, the engineer must answer.
But, sir, medical history; the report to the Institute; the proven facts