From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvouch for somebody/something phrasal verb1BELIEVEto say that you firmly believe that something is true or good because of your experience or knowledge of itI’ll vouch for the quality of the report. I read it last night.‘Where were you on the night of the murder?’ ‘In bed with flu. My wife can vouch for that.’2RESPONSIBLEto say that you believe that someone will behave well and that you will be responsible for their behaviour, actions etcWhy don’t you phone my office? They’ll vouch for me. →vouch→ See Verb table
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vouch for • Claims that verge on the outrageous are made for this material - but very many fishkeepers will vouch for its effectiveness.• The explosive used is of my own formulation, and I can vouch for its efficiency.• My wife can vouch for that, officers.• I can vouch for that when we get back to the States.• Having spent some time loading and editingcomplicatedvectorgraphicsfiles in CorelDRAW I can vouch for the accuracy of this claim.• The twenty workers who build his houses have been taken on because Les knows them personally and can vouch for their reliability.• I can't vouch for this hotel but it looked wonderful for a romanticweekend.• I can not vouch for this.vouch for that• Gerard Houllier can vouch for that after a dramaticfinale to the Worthington CupFinal.• My wife can vouch for that, officers.• I can vouch for that when we get back to the States.