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Spanish translation of “refuse”

refuse

verb /rəˈfjuːz/
not to do what one has been asked, told or is expected to do
negarse (a)
He refused to help me She refused to believe what I said When I asked him to leave, he refused.
not to accept
rechazar
He refused my offer of help They refused our invitation She refused the money.
not to give (permission etc)
negar a algo a alguien
I was refused admittance to the meeting.
refusal noun
negativa, denegación
I was surprised at his refusal to help me When we sent out the wedding invitations, we had several refusals.
(Definition of refuse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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