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reject

US [ˈriˌdʒekt]
UK [ˈriːdʒekt]
  • v.排斥;拒收;拒绝接受;不予考虑
  • n.废品;次品;不合格者;被剔除者
  • Web驳回;抛弃;抵制
Simple Present:rejects  Present Participle:rejecting  Past Tense:rejected  
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v.
论点;想法;计划argument/idea/plan
1.
~ sth
拒绝接受;不予考虑to refuse to accept or consider sth
to reject an argument/a claim/a decision/an offer/a suggestion
拒绝接受一个论点╱一项要求╱一个决定╱一项提议╱一个建议
The prime minister rejected any idea of reforming the system.
首相对任何改革体制的想法都不予考虑。
The proposal was firmly rejected .
这项提议被断然否决。
All our suggestions were rejected out of hand .
我们所有的建议都被一口拒绝了。
找工作者sb for job
2.
~ sb
拒收;不录用;拒绝接纳to refuse to accept sb for a job, position, etc.
Please reject the following candidates…
请排除以下候选人…
I've been rejected by all the universities I applied to.
所有我申请的大学都没有录取我。
不用;不出版not use/publish
3.
~ sth
(因质量差)不用,不出售,不出版to decide not to use, sell, publish, etc. sth because its quality is not good enough
Imperfect articles are rejected by our quality control.
我们严把质量关,不完美的物件都被退回。
新器官new organ
4.
~ sth
排斥,排异(移植的器官)to not accept a new organ after a transplant operation, by producing substances that attack the organ
不爱not love
5.
~ sb/sth
不够关心;慢待to fail to give a person or an animal enough care or affection
The lioness rejected the smallest cub, which died.
母狮不理会最小的幼狮,任由它死去。
When her husband left home she felt rejected and useless.
丈夫离家后,她觉得遭到了抛弃,且认为自己一无是处。
n.
无用之物sth that cannot be used
1.
废品;次品something that cannot be used or sold because there is sth wrong with it
person
2.
不合格者;被剔除者;被拒收者a person who has not been accepted as a member of a team, society, etc.
one of society's rejects
一名社会弃儿

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