rejecting

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Bilgisayar) reddediliyor
geri çevirme
neticede
reject
reddetmek

Ben bu iddiayı reddetmek istemiyorum. - I do not want to reject this claim.

Cahilliğin en yüksek formu, hakkında hiçbir şey bilmediği bir şeyi reddetmektir. - The highest form of ignorance is to reject something you know nothing about.

reject
{f} geri çevirmek
rejecting any belief in gods
Tanrılar herhangi bir inanç reddetme
rejecting emphatically; e
ısrarla reddeden, e
rejecting outright, renouncing
düpedüz, terk reddetme
rejecting, or tending to reject
Reddetme veya reddetme eğilimi
reject
kabul etmemek
reject
{f} çıkarmak
reject
kusmak
reject
{f} istememek
reject
çürüğe çıkan kimse
reject
işe yaramaz
reject
defolu mal
reject
(İnşaat) yadsımak
reject
(Bilgisayar) reddet

Jefferson bu fikri reddetti. - Jefferson rejected this idea.

Patron yeni proje için bütçeyi reddetti. - My boss rejected the budget for the new project.

reject
atmak
reject
ıskarta
reject
geri çevir

Tom bu teklifi geri çevirdi. - Tom rejected this proposal.

Onlar başvurumu geri çevirdiler. - They rejected my application.

reject
bir tarafa atmak
reject
bir kenara atılan yararsız şey
reject
rejection slip editörden yazara gönderilen "kullanamayız" pusulası
reject
{f} ıskartaya çıkarmak
reject
rejectionreddetme
reject
(Tekstil) ıskarta mal
reject
geri çevrilen şey
reject
(Nükleer Bilimler) (suppression) red (bastırma)
Englisch - Englisch
present participle of reject
reject
An unpopular person
reject
{v} to cast off, discard, dismiss, refuse
reject
refuse entrance or membership; "They turned away hundreds of fans"; "Black people were often rejected by country clubs
reject
to refuse to accept
reject
If a machine rejects a coin that you put in it, the coin comes out and the machine does not work
reject
Something that is rejected
reject
refuse to accept; "He refused my offer of hospitality"
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If you reject something such as a proposal, a request, or an offer, you do not accept it or you do not agree to it. The British government is expected to reject the idea of state subsidy for a new high speed railway + rejection rejections re·jec·tion The rejection of such initiatives indicates that voters are unconcerned about the environment
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deem wrong or inappropriate; "I disapprove of her child rearing methods"
reject
A reject is a product that has not been accepted for use or sale, because there is something wrong with it
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If a person's body rejects something such as a new heart that has been transplanted into it, it tries to attack and destroy it. It was feared his body was rejecting a kidney he received in a transplant four years ago. + rejection re·jec·tion a special drug which stops rejection of transplanted organs
reject
to have an immunological reaction against (a transplanted organ or grafted tissue)
reject
refuse to accept or acknowledge; "I reject the idea of starting a war"; "The journal rejected the student's paper" reject with contempt; "She spurned his advances" refuse entrance or membership; "They turned away hundreds of fans"; "Black people were often rejected by country clubs
reject
{i} something or someone that does not match up to standards; object of lower quality; (Slang) outcast
reject
To refuse to grant; as, to reject a prayer or request
reject
the person or thing rejected or set aside as inferior in quality
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If someone is rejected for a job or course of study, it is not offered to them. One of my most able students was rejected by another university. + rejection re·jec·tion Be prepared for lots of rejections before you land a job
reject
Material removed and discarded during the cleaning of pulp/stock
reject
The term reject refers to an oclOperation that creates a Collection which contains all of the elements in a given Collection for which a specified Boolean expression is False
reject
To cast from one; to throw away; to discard
reject
If someone rejects another person who expects affection from them, they are cold and unfriendly towards them. people who had been rejected by their lovers. + rejection re·jec·tion These feelings of rejection and hurt remain
reject
(1) (of a game-try or a slam-try or an invitation to take a particular action) fail either to make the call suggested or invited, or to move in that direction; state or imply unwillingness to cooperate with partner's suggestion
reject
dismiss from consideration; "John was ruled out as a possible suspect because he had a strong alibi"; "This possibility can be eliminated from our consideration"
reject
A material or part which has been rejected for its intended purpose because of defects or imperfections
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refuse entrance or membership; "They turned away hundreds of fans"; "Black people were often rejected by country clubs"
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reject with contempt; "She spurned his advances"
reject
To block a shot
reject
{f} refuse, decline, deny, turn down
reject
refuse to accept or acknowledge; "I reject the idea of starting a war"; "The journal rejected the student's paper"
reject
A protocol data unit type in the OSI transport service
reject
To refuse to receive or to acknowledge; to decline haughtily or harshly; to repudiate
reject
resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; "His body rejected the liver of the donor"
reject
An option during approval to prevent a draft document from being published and return it to authors for additional editing See also: approval
reject
Delete operation that moves the RFG-Object(s) from the current view to the Trashcan View
reject
If you reject a belief or a political system, you refuse to believe in it or to live by its rules. the children of Eastern European immigrants who had rejected their parents' political and religious beliefs. + rejection re·jec·tion his rejection of our values
reject
A piece of ware which, because of an imperfection, does not meet certain quality standards and therefore is withheld from shipment
rejecting
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