Focus on the pronunciation of reject
English definition of “reject”
/rɪˈdʒekt/ verb [T]
› to refuse to accept an idea, suggestion, etc.: The committee will decide whether to accept or reject the offer. reject a suggestion/proposal/argument reject a claim/criticism/allegationreject sth as sth The board rejected the idea as being too risky.
› HR, WORKPLACE to decide not to choose someone for a job or for a place on a course of study, etc.: We rejected ten candidates in the first round of interviews. 25% of applicants are rejected because of lack of experience.
› COMMERCE to decide that goods cannot be accepted because they are of low quality: Three shipments of beans were rejected because they had traces of illegal pesticides. → Compare accept