What is the difference between Vetted and verified.
E.g. Please mark X once you have vetted/verified the document?
Hello, Cristi—To vet something is to investigate it. To verify something is to confirm or establish the truth or accuracy of it. If you use "vetted," you could mark X even if some of the document turned out to contain false assertions. If you use "verified," an X will indicate that everything checks out as being true.
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