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disobey

US [ˌdɪsəˈbeɪ]
UK [.dɪsə'beɪ]
  • v.违抗;不服从;不顺从
  • Web违反;违背;违逆
Simple Present:disobeys  Present Participle:disobeying  Past Tense:disobeyed  
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不服从;不顺从;违抗to refuse to do what a person, law, order, etc. tells you to do; to refuse to obey
He was punished for disobeying orders.
他因违抗命令而受到惩罚。

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