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contradict

verb   /ˌkɒn·trəˈdɪkt/
If two things that are said or written about something contradict each other, they are so different that they cannot both be true. estar en contradicción con His account of the accident contradicts the official government report.
to say that what someone else has just said is wrong contradecir, desmentir He said we were all happy at work, and nobody dared to contradict him.
(Definition of contradict from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

contradict

verb /kontrəˈdikt/
to say the opposite of; to argue or disagree with contradecir It’s unwise to contradict your boss.
contradiction /-ʃən/ noun
contradicción There is a contradiction between his two statements.
contradictory adjective
contradictorio The two statements are contradictory.
(Definition of contradict from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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