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repudiate (verb), repudiates; repudiated; repudiating
1. To disapprove of something formally and strongly and to renounce any connection with it: Adam repudiates the accusation that he had anything to do with the repair job that was done on the car.
2. To refuse to accept; especially, to reject as unauthorized or as having no binding force: Jerome repudiated the contract that was offered to him by the company.
3. Etymology: from Latin repudiare, "to reject"; from re-, "back, away" + pudere, "to cause shame".
To refuse to accept and to disown.
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To reject or to disclaim any association with.
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