|Origin:||verifier, from Medieval Latin verificare, from Latin verus; VERY2|
ver‧i‧fy past tense and past participle verified, present participle verifying, third person singular verifies [transitive] formal
to discover whether something is correct or true
A computer program verifies that the system is working.
American forces will remain to verify compliance with the treaty.
to state that something is true [= confirm]:
His statement was verified by several witnesses.
a verifiable fact
—verification noun [uncountable and countable]
automatic signature verification