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English definition of “rebel”
/ˈreb·əl/ n [C]
› a person who refuses to accept the government’s power and uses force to oppose it, or a person who opposes authority and thinks or behaves differently: The government tried to set up talks with the rebels. Though he dressed unusually, he never meant to be a rebel. › US history Soldiers fighting for the southern states in the American Civil War were called rebels. rebel
/rəˈbel/ v [I] (-ll-) › Children often rebel against being forced to eat certain foods.