disavowal

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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A denial of knowledge, relationship, and/or responsibility towards something (or someone)

Whatever pleas may be urged for a disavowal of engagements formed by diplomatic functionaries in cases where by the terms of the engagements a mutual ratification is reserved, or where notice at the time may have been given of a departure from instructions, or in extraordinary cases essentially violating the principles of equity, a disavowal could not have been apprehended in a case where no such notice or violation existed, where no such ratification was reserved, and more especially where, as is now in proof, an engagement to be executed without any such ratification was contemplated by the instructions given, and where it had with good faith been carried into immediate execution on the part of the United nations.

denial
The act of disavowing, disclaiming, or disowning; rejection and denial
{i} denial, repudiation, rejection
A disavowal of something is a statement that you are not connected with it or responsible for it, or that you no longer agree with or believe in it. a public disavowal of his beliefs. = repudiation
denial of any connection with or knowledge of
disavowance
disavowment
disavow
To deny; to show the contrary of; to disprove

Because of her dissatisfaction, she now disavows the merits of socialism.

disavow
To refuse strongly and solemnly to own or acknowledge; to deny responsibility for, approbation of, and the like; to disclaim; to disown

He was charged with embezzlement, but he disavows the crime.

disavow
to disclaim responsibility for
disavow
{v} to disown, deny, reject
disavow
refuse to acknowledge; disclaim knowledge of; responsibility for, or association with; "Her husband disavowed her after 30 years of marriage and six children"
disavow
To refuse strongly and solemnly to own or acknowledge; to deny responsibility for, approbation of and the like; to disclaim; to disown
disavow
If you disavow something, you say that you are not connected with it or responsible for it. Dr. Samuels immediately disavowed the newspaper story. = disown, repudiate. to say that you are not responsible for something, that you do not know about it, or that you are not involved with it
disavow
{f} deny, reject, repudiate, disclaim
disavow
To refuse strongly and solemnly to own or acknowledge; to deny responsibility for, approbation of, and the like; to disclaim; to disown; as, he was charged with embezzlement, but he disavows the crime
disavowal

    الواصلة

    dis·a·vow·al

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ "di-s&-'vau ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English desavowen, from Middle French desavouer, from Old French, from des- dis- + avouer to avow.

    كلمة اليوم

    carrageen
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