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repulse

verb /rəˈpals/
to repel (an enemy)
rechazar
The British garrison of some 350 troops was able to repulse the attack.
to refuse to accept eg help from, or be friendly to.
rechazar
repulsion /rəˈpalʃən/ noun disgust
repulsión
A feeling of repulsion gripped her when she saw the rat.
repulsive /rəˈpalsiv/ adjective horrible; disgusting
repulsivo
He is a thoroughly repulsive individual.
repulsively adverb
repulsivamente
a repulsively ugly man.
repulsiveness noun
carácter repulsivo
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