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proven [ˈpruːvən]
verb:participle:past
adjective
1 (gen) [+formula, method] de eficacia probada; [+abilities] probado
We stuck to our usual and proven formula: an expert study group it is a scientifically proven method of identifying substances to which you are allergic he was searching for a scorer of experience and proven ability to help his side's push for a place in the UEFA cup a proven track record an entrepreneur who has a proven track record - such as Richard Branson Hanson has a proven track record in efficient management people with a proven track record of loyalty
it's a proven fact that ... está probado or demostrado que ...; es un hecho comprobado que ...
2 [ˈprəʊvən] (Scot) (Jur)
the case was found not proven el acusado fue absuelto por falta de pruebas
juries can return three verdicts: guilty, not guilty or not proven verdict of not proven
Verb Conjugations for provenir
Gerund: proviniendo
Participle: provenido
The irregular conjugations of this verb are in red.
Indicative
PresentPreteritImperfectConditionalFuture
yoprovengoprovineproveníaprovendríaprovendré
provienesprovinisteproveníasprovendríasprovendrás
él/ella/Ud.provieneprovinoproveníaprovendríaprovendrá
nosotrosprovenimosprovinimosproveníamosprovendríamosprovendremos
vosotrosprovenísprovinisteisproveníaisprovendríaisprovendréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.provienenprovinieronproveníanprovendríanprovendrán
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