disapproveverb [ I ]uk /ˌdɪs.əˈpruːv/ us /ˌdɪs.əˈpruːv/
The survey showed that 32 percent of respondents approve, 54 percent disapprove, and the rest are undecided.
- I disapprove of all the violence that is shown on television.
- He claims he was forced to leave his job by a group of students who disapproved of his views.
- Sex before marriage is strongly disapproved of in some cultures.
- He always disapproves of any new ideas suggested by anyone below him in the department.
- I didn't suggest that we held the party here, as I knew you would disapprove.