1. overthrow by argument, evidence, or proof;
2. prove to be false or incorrect
Taking up the challenge, he wrote an article to refute his erroneous views.
This does not completely refute the charge of subjectivism.
I was able to refute his argument.
Yixianrong refute this, the government's regulatory role lag period.
The technique can also be used to confirm or refute current theories.
Meanwhile, it is necessary to resolutely refute the reactionary, destructive theory of agricultural socialism.
Nothing could refute her testimony that the driver was drunk.
I have no energy to refute all of you for your injuries.
It's easy to refute such nonsense.
These results refute the hypothesis that microbial infection plays a role in the pathogenesis of sciatica.
Scientists refute a longstanding theory of how HIV slowly depletes the body's capacity to fight infection.
Historical facts refute such a fallacy.
Your essay may support, refute, or qualify the views expressed in the excerpt.
They are speaking their own opionions one after another, so he has no words to refute.
The meeting was very lively and informal with everyone chipping to supplement or refute what the speakers said.
Refute me if you can ; Array yourselves before me, take your stand.
In order to refute Wang, SOHO's Pan Shiyi and even played with his battle mouth.
Silence is one of the hardest things to refute.
I think the proposition is invalid, and today I will try to refute it.
The lawyer made good use the favorable evidence to refute his counterpart's testimony.
Will the Nepali Maoists refute this argument in practice?
If you don't study the negative stuff, you won't be able to refute it.
He had hardly started his speech when someone rose to refute his points.
It goes without saying that we have the right to refute them publicly.
As for the Flat Earth theory, I believe I could refute it.
He then asked whether I could refute that impression.
It was the kind of rumour that it is impossible to refute.
Isabelle is quick to refute any suggestion of intellectual snobbery.
contradict, deny, oppose, refute
There is relatively little information about refute, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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