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Meaning of “reject” - Learner’s Dictionary

reject

verb [T]     /rɪˈdʒekt/
NOT ACCEPT
B2 to refuse to accept or agree with something: The United States government rejected the proposal.Refusing and rejecting
JOB/COURSE
B2 to refuse to accept someone for a job, course, etc: I applied to Cambridge University but I was rejected.Refusing and rejecting
PERSON
B2 to not give someone the love or attention they were expecting: She felt rejected by her husband.Refusing and rejecting
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