prove to (one) that (something is the case)

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prove to (one) that (something is the case)

To show or provide evidence to one that something is the case. You need to prove to me that you are capable of running this office on your own. This is our chance to prove to the world that our country deserves its place in the global economy.
See also: prove, that
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It teaches us a lesson of humility, by impressing us with the imperfection of human powers, and by warning us of the many weak points where we are open to the attack of the great enemy of our race; it proves to us that we are in danger of being weak, when our vanity would fain soothe us into the belief that we arc most strong; it forcibly points out to us the vainglory of intellect, and shows us the vast difference between a saving faith and the corollaries of a philosophical theology; and it teaches us to reduce our self-examination to the test of good works.
That proves to us that there is a hand in it and that hand can be no one else but them [the US] in Afghanistan," the former Afghan leader added.
Everyone deserves a second chance so I hope he grasps his with both hands and proves to us that "what goes on in the house doesn't stay in the house".
Reflecting on England's fifth defeat in their last nine Tests, and the emphatic manner of South Africa's success, he said: "It proves to us that, no matter where you are ranked, you have to keep performing.
As a result, we've seen explosive growth in this marketplace over the past few years, which only proves to us that we're successfully tapping into our core constituency."
Incoming council president Jack Drakeford added, "The recognition Englewood received for these awards proves to us that we're on the right track.