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brush sth aside/off

phrasal verb with brush
 
 
/brʌʃ/ verb [T]
to refuse to think about something seriously: He brushed aside her suggestion.Refusing and rejecting
Translations of “brush sth aside/off”
in Russian отмахиваться от чего-либо…
in Turkish bir şeyi ciddiye almayı reddetmek…
in Polish zignorować coś…
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