- order or allow to leave; send away；remove from employment or office, typically on the grounds of unsatisfactory performance
verb: dismiss, 3rd person present: dismisses, gerund or present participle: dismissing, past tense: dismissed, past participle: dismissed
- 1. order or allow to leave; send away:
she dismissed the taxi at the corner of the road
- 2. remove from employment or office, typically on the grounds of unsatisfactory performance:
the prime minister dismissed five members of his cabinet
- 3. (of a group assembled under someone's authority) disperse:
he told his company to dismiss
- 4. end the innings of (a batsman or a side):
Australia were dismissed for 118
- 5. treat as unworthy of serious consideration:
it would be easy to dismiss him as all brawn and no brain
- 6. deliberately cease to think about:
he suspected a double meaning in her words, but dismissed the thought
- 7. refuse further hearing to (a case):
the judge dismissed the case for lack of evidence
- v.order or allow to leave; send away:
- she dismissed the taxi at the corner of the road
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1.讓...離開;把...打發走[(+from)] He was dismissed from the hospital a week later. 他一週之後出院了。 2.免...的職;解雇...
...句一：Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's DISMISSAL of almost half the U.S. electorate in a secretly recorded video...
在此 just有 僅僅,只是 的意思 dimiss為 不考慮 的意思 有點像不管或不理會 whole是 完整,全部 的意思 He just dismissed the whole thing. 他(連理都不理就直接)不考慮整件事.