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  • EN [ rɪˈfjuːt]
  • US [ rɪˈfjuːt]

English definition


  • 1. overthrow by argument, evidence, or proof;

    • "The speaker refuted his opponent's arguments"
  • 2. prove to be false or incorrect

Example sentences

  • 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.

Synonym discrimination

  • contradict, deny, oppose, refute


Meaning of refute

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