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repel

verb /rəˈpel/ ( past tense, past participle repelled)
to resist or fight (an enemy) successfully
repeler, rechazar
The city walls were built to repel invaders.
to cause a feeling of dislike or disgust
repeler, repugnar
She was repelled by his dirty appearance.
to force to move away
repeler
Oil repels water.
(Definition of repel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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