Dismiss meaning in hindi | Dismiss ka matlab 

Dismiss meaning in hindi

How to pronounce Dismiss 
Usage of Dismiss: 1: Many fans of the Oz books prefer to dismiss any political interpretation 2: The Assembly has the power to dismiss the cabinet 3: Fielders assist the bowlers either by taking catches to dismiss a batsman 4: The monarch may, in theory, unilaterally dismiss a Prime Minister 5: Anarcho-capitalists dismiss this claim 6: It was widely believed both that George would dismiss Walpole 7: The House made repeated calls to the King to dismiss Bismarck 8: Many scientists, however, dismiss the "Paleocene dinosaurs" as re-worked, i. 9: Waters wanted to dismiss Wright. 10: dismiss someone from the path

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Dismiss synonyms
decline expel disband reject release dissolve shed repudiate dispatch disperse rid chase relegate divorce boot abolish bundle deport detach banish relinquish supersede clear chuck repel discard outlaw brush off cast off dispense with dispose of do without kick out send packing turn out let go cast out drive out force out have done with let out lock out push aside push back send off show out slough off sweep away oust suspend fire recall retire terminate sack depose impeach discharge disqualify furlough bump cashier drop displace bounce depone can shelve unseat ax pension lay off put away shut out pink-slip defrock unfrock boot out deselect disemploy disfrock give notice to give the ax give the gate give the heave-ho give walking papers give warning turn away wash out ridicule deride repulse despise dispel gird rally twit scorn pooh-pooh mock gibe taunt scoff flout scout spurn disdain jeer contemn disregard kiss off laugh away lay aside set aside
Dismiss antonyms
legalize permit preserve welcome hire accept allow hold keep retain promote maintain appoint employ engage secure begin do praise admire weaken compliment respect flatter like love approve embrace esteem 
Usage of Dismiss in sentences

The word is used as verb in english grammar. The word can be used as noun, verb or transitive verb in hindi and have more than one meaning. 
Word of the day 22nd-Jun-2021

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