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deny

verb   /dɪˈnaɪ/ ( present participle denying, past tense and past participle denied)
to say that something is not true, or that you have not done something negar She denies any involvement in the attack.
to not allow someone to have or do something denegar Her request for time off work was denied.
(Definition of deny from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deny

verb /diˈnai/ ( past participle denied)
to declare not to be true negar, desmentir He denied the charge of theft.
to refuse (to give or grant someone something); to say ’no’ to rechazar He was denied admission to the party.
denial noun
(an act of) declaring that something is not true denegación Do you accept her denial?
(an act of) refusing someone something negativa, rechazo a denial of his request.
(Definition of deny from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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