Hindi translation of dismiss
dismissPowered by COBUILD /ˌdɪsˈmɪs ˌडिसˈमिस्/
Word forms: dismisses, dismissing, dismissed
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb
If you dismiss something, you decide that it is not important enough for you to think about.
⇒ Mr Wakeham dismissed the reports as speculation.
2. transitive verb
When an employer dismisses an employee, they order the employee to leave his or her job.
⇒ He was dismissed for incompetence.
3. transitive verb
If you are dismissed by someone in authority, they tell you that you can go away from them.
⇒ Two more witnesses were called, heard, and dismissed.
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Example Sentences Including 'dismiss'
She was cautious, too, unable now to ridicule or dismiss John's anxious paranoia.The Last Raven
With a shrug of his shoulders, as if to shake off the shadow and dismiss the phantoms, he began slowly to descend.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
Her driver opened the door and waited for her to dismiss him.Yellow Bird
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'dismiss' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَصْرِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ignorar
- Chinese: 解散
- Croatian: odbaciti
- Czech: pustit z hlavy
- Danish: afvise
- Dutch: terzijde schuiven
- European Spanish: desestimar
- Finnish: erottaa työstä
- French: renvoyer réfuter
- German: entlassen
- Greek: απολύω
- Italian: licenziare
- Japanese: 解雇する
- Korean: 해고하다
- Norwegian: avskjedige
- Polish: zwolnić zwalniać
- Portuguese: demitir
- Romanian: a îndepărta
- Russian: отклонять
- Spanish: despedir
- Swedish: avskeda
- Thai: ไม่สนใจ
- Turkish: işten çıkarmak
- Ukrainian: звільняти звільнити
- Vietnamese: bỏ đi
Translation of dismiss from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary