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shun

verb [T]
 
 
/ʃʌn/ ( present participle shunning, past tense and past participle shunned)
to avoid or ignore someone or something
избегать, держаться в стороне
He was shunned by colleagues and family alike. She has always shunned publicity.Refusing and rejectingNot being friendlyNot saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviour
Translations of “shun”
in Arabic يَتجَنّب…
in Korean 피하다…
in Malaysian menjauhi…
in French fuir…
in Turkish uzak durmak, kaçınmak, sakınmak…
in Italian scansare, rifuggire da…
in Chinese (Traditional) 避開,避免, 躲避,迴避…
in Polish unikać, stronić od…
in Vietnamese tránh, xa lánh…
in Spanish evitar, rehuir…
in Portuguese esquivar-se, evitar…
in Thai หลบเลี่ยง…
in German meiden…
in Catalan evitar, defugir…
in Japanese ~を避ける, 無視する…
in Indonesian menghindari, menjauhkan diri dari…
in Chinese (Simplified) 避开,避免, 躲避,回避…
(Definition of shun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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