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disbelieve

verb [I or T] uk   /ˌdɪs.bɪˈliːv/ formal us  
to not believe someone or something: Do you disbelieve me? They said that they disbelieved the evidence.
Translations of “disbelieve”
in Spanish poner en duda…
in French ne pas croire…
in German nicht glauben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不相信…
in Russian не верить…
in Turkish inanmamak, güvenmemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不相信…
in Polish nie wierzyć, niedowierzać…
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