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Translation of "dismiss" - English-Spanish dictionary

dismiss

verb   /dɪˈsmɪs/
to officially make someone leave their job despedir Anyone who breaks company rules will be dismissed.
to give someone official permission to leave dar permiso a algn para irse The bell rang and the teacher dismissed the class.
(Definition of dismiss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dismiss

verb /disˈmis/
to send or put away despedir, descartar She dismissed him with a wave of the hand Dismiss the idea from your mind!
to remove from office or employment despedir, destituir He was dismissed from his post for being lazy.
to stop or close (a lawsuit etc) anular, cerrar, desestimar The case was dismissed due to a lack of evidence.
dismissal noun
despido, destitución Her frequent absences from work eventually led to her dimissal.
dismissive adjective
behaving in a way that shows you do not think someone or something is important or worth paying attention to Indiferente / Despectivo Most experts in the field are dismissive of this theory He waved his servant away with a dismissive gesture.
dismissively adverb
De manera indiferente She dismissively rejected the suggestion.
(Definition of dismiss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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