denier Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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deniernoun [C]

/dɪˈnaɪ.ə/  us //
a ​person who says that something did not ​happen or that a ​situation does not ​exist, ​especially something that most ​peopleagree did ​happen or does ​exist: He has ​compared climatechange deniers to ​people who ​denied the ​link between ​HIV and ​Aids. There are plenty of Holocaust deniers out there.

deniernoun [U]

uk   /ˈden.i.ər/  us   /-jɚ/ mainly UK
a ​measure of the ​thickness of the weave (= ​pattern of ​threads) of nylon , silk, etc. ​thread, ​especiallythread used in making stockings or tights
(Definition of denier from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “denier”
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指编织袜子和紧身衣所用织线的)纤度…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指編織襪子和緊身衣所用織線的)纖度…
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