1. to deny
to deny doing something: She denied taking the money from her mum's wallet.
Inglés palabrazaprzeczać"(to deny) ocurre en conjuntos:2000 najczęściej używanych angielskich słów cz. IAgnieszka - Lista 2 E-PGerund vs. InfinitiveSEW KOnferencjA 21.12.2016Część V (s. 52-62)
never got a lot in school to contradict that
Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, I am large, I contain multitudes!
No one dares to contradict his employer for fear of being fired.
That's why I didn't contradict him.
It should not contradict the very nature of the derogations as exceptions
Don't ever contradict the teacher. She'll get angry!
When your actions contradict your words... your words don't mean anything.
Last studies contradict this notion
You're contradicting yourself!
Stick to the same facts and don't contradict each other.
contradiction - sprzeczność, zaprzeczenie
These are facts, and no legal text or proposed legislation can contradict them
Its not right to contradict his father in public
I cannot forbid a person to marry several wives, for it does not contradict Scripture.
Inglés palabrazaprzeczać"(contradict) ocurre en conjuntos:The circle of life Part1Week 13 / science / mediaslowka od Moniki stanag 3political vertigogap follow up
He denied the rumor.
The embassy denied political asylum to foreign refugees.
She denied having met him even though we saw them talking to each other.
He instantly denied it.
Tom neither confirmed nor denied the rumors.
Tom's proposal was denied.
Republican leaders denied the charge.
His crew members often complained of Christopher Columbus's hogging of their vessel's Wifi connection to play online games, but he denied these accusations with indignation, claiming that he was researching faraway lands that they had yet to discover.
No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.
You've certainly been hoping for my love, but until now it has been flatly denied.
1. "I didn't throw the batteries in the rubbish bin." 2. He denied throwing the batteries in the rubbish bin.
More recently, tension has been fed by colonialism that denied rights and opportunities to many Muslims, and a Cold War in which Muslim-majority countries were too often treated as proxies without regard to their own aspirations.
Can it be true that he has denied that fact?
It is not to be denied but that the news was a great shock to her.
He denied robbing the bank and said he had an alibi
Inglés palabrazaprzeczać"(denied) ocurre en conjuntos:angielski slowka z notatkileast resistance