desestimar translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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desestimar

  
      vt  
1    (=menospreciar)   to look down on
2      (Jur)  
  [+demanda, moción]  
to reject
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
desestimar una propuesta exp.
to turn down {o} reject a proposal

Entry related to:propuesta

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'desestimar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
v.
1) despedir (vt), 2) desestimar (vt)
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"desestimar": examples and translations in context
Trató de ignorar y desestimar mi intelecto. She tried to diss and dismiss my intellect.
Los rusos deben reconocer que no pueden desestimar nuestro malestar. The Russians must recognise that they cannot dismiss our concerns out of hand.
Los japoneses cuentan con un argumento que no se puede desestimar fácilmente. The Japanese do have one argument that is not so easily dismissed.
No se los puede desestimar como inútiles, incluso si pensamos que Rusia no necesita democracia. Such people cannot be dismissed as useless, since we need the innovation that they deliver, even if we think Russia doesn't need democracy.
Si Su Señoría declara inadmisible la prueba... eso equivaldría a desestimar el caso. If Your Honor grants the motion to suppress... that would be the same thing as dismissing this case.
Señoritas, voy a desestimar los cargos que hay contra ambas. Young ladies, I'm dismissing charges against both of you.
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