- abrupt rejection
- s.rechazo brusco.
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rebuff — verb reject in an abrupt or ungracious manner. noun an abrupt rejection. Origin C16: from obs. Fr. rebuffer (v.), rebuffe (n.), from Ital. ri (expressing opposition) + buffo a gust, puff , of imitative origin … English new terms dictionary
rebuff — ► VERB ▪ reject in an abrupt or ungracious manner. ► NOUN ▪ an abrupt rejection. ORIGIN obsolete French rebuffer, from Italian buffo a gust, puff … English terms dictionary
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rebuff — rebuffable, adj. rebuffably, adv. n. /ri buf , ree buf/; v. /ri buf /, n. 1. a blunt or abrupt rejection, as of a person making advances. 2. a peremptory refusal of a request, offer, etc.; snub. 3. a check to action or progress. v.t. 4. to give a … Universalium
brushoff — n. (informal) sudden dismissal, abrupt rejection … English contemporary dictionary
brushoffs — n. (informal) sudden dismissal, abrupt rejection … English contemporary dictionary
rebuff — re•buff [[t]rɪˈbʌf[/t]] n. 1) a blunt or abrupt rejection, as of unwelcome advances 2) a peremptory refusal of a request, offer, etc 3) a check to action or progress 4) to give a rebuff to; check; repel • Etymology: 1580–90; < MF rebuffer < … From formal English to slang
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