Ratify in a Sentence  ðŸ”Š

Definition of Ratify

to officially go on the record as approving something

Examples of Ratify in a sentence

Unfortunately, half of the legislators refuse to ratify a bill that would increase funding for public schools.  ðŸ”Š

The shareholders will ratify any merger that will increase their dividends.  ðŸ”Š

If the president chooses to ratify the budget proposal, the new budget will go into effect in January.  ðŸ”Š

The oil producing countries will not ratify an agreement that limits their ability to raise fuel prices.  ðŸ”Š

Until all of the countries ratify the treaty, the war will continue.  ðŸ”Š

The war-weary congressmen are not likely to ratify a declaration of war.  ðŸ”Š

Since the students worked with administrators to create the new dress code, they are sure to ratify the proposal at their monthly meeting.  ðŸ”Š

The tax reduction will not continue if at least three-fourths of the legislators do not vote to ratify the extension.  ðŸ”Š

Because one state has chosen not to ratify the amendment, the amendment will not be added to the U.S. Constitution.  ðŸ”Š

Today the governor will ratify the bill by signing it during a press conference.  ðŸ”Š

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