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dismiss

US [dɪsˈmɪs]
UK [dɪs'mɪs]
  • v.解雇;开除;驳回;解散
  • Web遣散;打发走
Simple Present:dismisses  Present Participle:dismissing  Past Tense:dismissed  
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v.
1.
不予考虑;摒弃;对…不屑一提to decide that sb/sth is not important and not worth thinking or talking about
I think we can safely dismiss their objections.
我认为我们对他们的异议完全可以不予理会。
Vegetarians are no longer dismissed as cranks.
素食主义者不再被当作怪人。
He dismissed the opinion polls as worthless.
他认为民意测验毫无用处而不予考虑。
The suggestion should not be dismissed out of hand(= without thinking about it) .
这建议不应当直接就被摒弃。
2.
去除,消除,摒除(思想、感情等)to put thoughts or feelings out of your mind
Dismissing her fears, she climbed higher.
她排除了恐惧,爬得更高了。
He dismissed her from his mind.
他挥去了对她的思念。
3.
~ sb (from sth)
解雇;免职;开除to officially remove sb from their job
She claims she was unfairly dismissed from her post.
她声称自己被无理免职。
4.
~ sb
让(某人)离开;把(某人)打发走;解散to send sb away or allow them to leave
At 12 o'clock the class was dismissed.
12 点下课了。
5.
~ sth
驳回;不受理to say that a trial or legal case should not continue, usually because there is not enough evidence
The case was dismissed.
此案已被驳回。
6.
~ sb
使(球员或球队)退场;使出局to end the innings of a player or team

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