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disclaim

verb [T]
 
 
/dɪsˈkleɪm/
LAW to state that you are not legally responsible for something: disclaim responsibility/liability for sth A restaurant may disclaim responsibility for loss or damage to a customer's personal property.
to refuse to accept a property or right that is offered to you: Businesses will be able to disclaim all or part of the new capital allowance if they wish.
→  Compare claim verb
Translations of “disclaim”
in Vietnamese từ chối…
in Spanish negar, rechazar…
in Thai ปฏิเสธ…
in Malaysian menafikan…
in French (re)nier…
in German abstreiten…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲明拒絕承擔(責任), 否認…
in Indonesian menyangkal…
in Russian отрицать, не признавать…
in Turkish reddetmek, üslenmemek, inkâr etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声明拒绝承担(责任), 否认…
in Polish wypierać się, zaprzeczać…
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