¿Sabías que...?: Ojalá proviene del árabe Insha'Allah, "si Dios quiere". ¿Qué otras palabras provienen del árabe?
reject / rechazar
reject   [rɪˈdȝekt]
A. -transitive verb
1. (=refuse, turn down)
[+application]   (for job)   rechazar   (for asylum, citizenship)   denegar,   rechazar
[+candidate, offer, manuscript, somebody'noun advances]   rechazar
[+bad coin, damaged goods]   rechazar,   no aceptar
[+plea]   ignorar,   hacer caso omiso de
2. (=dismiss)
[+suggestion, possibility, solution]   descartar,   rechazar
[+motion, plan, proposal]   rechazar
[+argument]   rechazar,   no aceptar
[+accusation]   negar
·the proposal was rejected by a narrow margin
·la propuesta fue rechazada por un escaso margen
·she rejected accusations that ...
·negativeó las acusaciones de que ...
3. (=disown)
[+person]   rechazar
·to [feel] rejected
(emotionally)   sentirse rechazado   (socially)   sentirse marginado,   sentirse rechazado
4. (medicine)
[+food, tissue, new organ]
[body]   rechazar
B. [ˈri:dȝekt]   -noun
1. (=person)
·society'noun rejects
·los marginados de la sociedad
2. (=unwanted thing)   desecho (m)
3. (commerce)
(=product)   articleículo (m) defectuoso
C. [ˈri:dȝekt]   -compound   (commerce, industry)   [goods]   defectuoso
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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