Simple past tense and past participle of ratify.(verb)
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Use "ratified" in a sentence
"To the extent that Koh agrees with their views on the binding nature of international “norms” that are not embodied in ratified treaties"
"Britain ratified its death by signing the bilateral navy treaty with Germany last June."
""Mano Menezes was one of a shortlist of three coaches and had his name ratified after a conversation with Ricardo Teixeira, when he showed himself to be in tune with the rebuilding project drawn up by the CBF for the 2014 World Cup.""