Hindi translation of 'dispel'
dispel /dɪsˈpel डिसˈपेल्/
Word forms: dispels, dispelling, dispelled
To dispel an idea or feeling means to stop people believing in it or feeling it.
The President dispelled the notion that he had neglected the economy.
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She shuddered and tried again and again to dispel the image.I.O.U. - Someone Has to Pay
Nevertheless, he started up the stairs, switching more lights on as he went as if nothing would dispel the suffocating gloom.Prosecutor
A sour taste rose in Adam's throat and he took a gulp of whisky to dispel it.LOST SUMMER (2002)
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Translation of dispel from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary