disown

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الإنجليزية - التركية
inkar etme
tanımama
tanıma
kabul etmemek
sahip olduğunu reddetmek
inkâr etmek
tanımamak
{f} reddetmek
{f} evlatlıktan reddetmek
{f} sahip çıkmamak
{f} yadsımak
sahip çıkma

Tom'un babası ona sahip çıkmadı. - Tom's father has disowned him.

refuse
reddetmek

Tom Mary'nin yardımını reddetmekle hata yaptı. - Tom was wrong to refuse Mary's help.

Bu reddetmek için zor bir teklif. - That's a tough offer to refuse.

refuse
geri çevirmek
refuse
{i} çöp
disowned
reddedilmiş
refuse
{f} kabul etmemek, reddetmek, geri çevirmek: He refused to see me. Beni görmeyi reddetti. The company refused our offer. Şirket teklifimizi
disowned
reddedilen
refuse
refüze etmek
disownment
reddetme
refuse
reddet

Onun böyle güzel bir teklifi reddetmesine şaşırdım. - I am surprised that she refused such a good offer.

Rosa Parks, beyaz bir yolcuya koltuğunu bırakmayı reddetti. - Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat for a white passenger.

refuse
kabul etmemek
refuse
artık

Artık sana itaat etmeyi reddediyorum. - I refuse to obey you any longer.

Ben artık o kızla kazları gütmeyi reddediyorum. - I refuse to herd geese any longer with that girl.

disowned
reddet(mek)
disowned
reddet

Tom'un babası onu evlatlıktan reddetti. - Tom's father disowned him.

Ebeveynleri onu evlatlıktan reddetti ve onu evden kovdu. - Her parents disowned her and kicked her out of the house.

refuse
{f} karşı koymak
refuse
değersiz diye istenmeyen
refuse
(Tıp) Vücuta giden gıda maddesinin sindirim sonucu geri kalan kısmı, dışarı atılan posa madde, artık madde
refuse
{f} direnmek
refuse
istenmeyen
refuse
{f} izin vermemek
refuse
{i} atık
refuse
süprüntü
refuse
(fiil) reddetmek, kabul etmemek, geri çevirmek, izin vermemek, ayak diremek, direnmek, karşı koymak, kaçınmak
refuse
{i} kırpıntı
to disown
evlatlıktan reddetmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To refuse to own or to refuse to acknowledge one’s own

Lord Capulet and his wife threatened to disown their daughter Juliet if she didn't go through with marrying Count Paris.

to refuse to acknowledge as one's own or as connected with oneself
{v} not to own, to deny, to renounce
If you disown someone or something, you say or show that you no longer want to have any connection with them or any responsibility for them. The man who murdered the girl is no son of mine. I disown him. to say that you no longer want to be connected with someone or something, especially a member of your family or something that you are responsible for
{f} cut off (from an inheritance, family, etc.); repudiate, disavow, renounce
To refuse to own or acknowledge as belonging to one's self; to disavow or deny, as connected with one's self personally; as, a parent can hardly disown his child; an author will sometimes disown his writings
prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting
To refuse to acknowledge or allow; to deny
disown responsibility
refuse to be responsible for
To disown
refuse
disowned
Having no parent An object ceases being the child of another object by being disowned See also adopted
disowned
adj (of a sheet) Not adopted [annotate]
disowned
[adj ]
disowned
any connection is denied
disowned
repudiated
disowned
past of disown
disowning
present participle of disown
disownment
{i} cutting off (from an inheritance, family, etc.); repudiation, disavowal, renunciation
disownment
Act of disowning
disownment
refusal to acknowledge as one's own
disowns
third-person singular of disown
disown
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