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deny
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
deny /di'nai/
  • ngoại động từ
    • từ chối, phản đối, phủ nhận
      • to deny the truth: phủ nhận sự thật
      • to deny a charge: phản đối một lời buộc tội
    • chối, không nhận
      • to deny one's signature: chối không nhận chữ ký của mình
    • từ chối, không cho (ai cái gì)
      • to deny food to the enemy: chặn không cho địch tiếp tế lương thực, chặn nguồn tiếp tế của địch
      • to deny oneself: nhịn, chịu thiếu, nhịn ăn nhịn mặc
    • báo là (ai) không có nhà; không cho gặp mặt (ai)
Concise Dictionary
denied|denies|denyingdɪ'naɪ
verb
+declare untrue; contradict
+refuse to accept or believe
+refuse to grant, as of a petition or request
+refuse to let have
+deny oneself (something); restrain, especially from indulging in some pleasure
+deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party) in a legal suit
+refuse to recognize or acknowledge

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 contradict, gainsay, refute, controvert, disaffirm, disclaim, confute, negate, dispute:
She denies ever having met the defendant.
2 reject, refuse, withhold, forbid, turn down, decline, disallow; recall, revoke, recant:
He asserts that his right to counsel was denied.
3 disavow, repudiate, renounce, disown, forswear, disclaim:
The witch-doctor demanded sacrifices, saying that the angry gods would not be denied.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb (denies, denying, denied, denied)
1 to say that sth is not true: [VN] to deny a claim / a charge / an accusation + The spokesman refused either to confirm or deny the reports. + There's no denying (the fact) that quicker action could have saved them. + [V -ing] He denies attempting to murder his wife. + [V (that)] She denied (that) there had been any cover-up. + [VN that] It can't be denied that we need to devote more resources to this problem.
2 [VN] to refuse to admit or accept sth: She denied all knowledge of the incident. + The department denies responsibility for what occurred.
3 ~ sth (to sb)
~ (sb) (sth) (formal) to refuse to allow sb to have sth that they want or ask for: [VNN, VN] They were denied access to the information. + Access to the information was denied to them.
4 [VN] ~ yourself (sth) (formal) to refuse to let yourself have sth that you would like to have, especially for moral or religious reasons
WORD FAMILY
deny v.
denial n.
undeniable adj.
Collocation Dictionary
verb

1 say sth is not true

ADV.

emphatically, fiercely, firmly, hotly, strenuously, strongly, vehemently, vigorously
Both women vehemently deny the charges against them.
| angrily, indignantly | categorically, flatly
He has categorically denied being involved in the fraud.
| explicitly, expressly | implicitly | formally | publicly | immediately, promptly | simply
If anyone accuses me I shall simply deny it.
| consistently, repeatedly
He has consistently denied murdering his estranged wife.

VERB + DENY

cannot
You can't deny that it seems a very attractive idea.
| try to
I know it was you I saw, so there's no use trying to deny it.

PHRASES

no one could/would deny that
No one would deny that there is a very great need for change.
| there is no denying sth
There is no denying the fact that she is an excellent scholar.

2 refuse sb sth

ADV.

cruelly
They were cruelly denied victory by an injury-time strike from Owen.
| effectively
Children could be compelled to work on the farm, effectively denying them schooling.

PREP.

to
You cannot deny this opportunity to me.



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