repelled

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past of repel
repel
To drive back (an assailant, advancing force etc.)
repel
To cause repulsion, cause dislike
repel
To force away by means of a repulsive force
repel
To turn (someone) away from a privilege, right, job, etc

It is some satisfaction to him that is repelled, that dignities, honours, offices, are not alwayes given by desert or worth, but for love, affinitie, friendship, affection, great mens letters, or as commonly they are bought and sold.

repel
To ward off (a malignant influence, attack etc.)
repel
To reject, put off (a request, demand etc.)
repel
to force or keep back in a manner, physically or mentally
repel
force or drive back; "repel the attacker"; "fight off the onslaught"; "rebuff the attack"
repel
{v} to drive back, resist, prevent
repel
reject outright and bluntly; "She snubbed his proposal"
repel
push
repel
To act with force in opposition to force impressed; to exercise repulsion
repel
to drive back or away
repel
to drive or to force back
repel
The term used for the rejection or overruling of a plea or objection S Secretary General The chief administrative officer of the United Nations, who is endowed with substantial power and influence The present Secretary General is Kofi Annan
repel
to put off
repel
to cause repulsion
repel
If something repels you, you find it horrible and disgusting. a violent excitement that frightened and repelled her. = revolt + repelled re·pelled She was very striking but in some way I felt repelled
repel
To drive back; to force to return; to check the advance of; to repulse as, to repel an enemy or an assailant
repel
{f} reject, refuse; force back, drive away; resist, prevent penetration or absorption; cause disgust, cause aversion
repel
to force away (usually concerning magnets)
repel
To resist or oppose effectually; as, to repel an assault, an encroachment, or an argument
repel
fill with distaste; "This spoilt food disgusts me"
repel
force or drive back; "repel the attacker"; "fight off the onslaught"; "rebuff the attack" cause to move back by force or influence; "repel the enemy"; "push back the urge to smoke"; "beat back the invaders" be repellent to; cause aversion in
repel
cause to move back by force or influence; "repel the enemy"; "push back the urge to smoke"; "beat back the invaders"
repel
be repellent to; cause aversion in
repel
When an army repels an attack, they successfully fight and drive back soldiers from another army who have attacked them. They have fifty thousand troops along the border ready to repel any attack
repel
To push away
repel
When a magnetic pole repels another magnetic pole, it gives out a force that pushes the other pole away. You can also say that two magnetic poles repel each other or that they repel. Like poles repel, unlike poles attract As these electrons are negatively charged they will attempt to repel each other
repelled

    Silbentrennung

    re·pelled

    Türkische aussprache

    rıpeld

    Aussprache

    /rəˈpeld/ /rəˈpɛld/

    Etymologie

    (prefix.) Middle English, from Old French, from Latin re-, red- back, again, against.

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