- to refute
- 报纸为她辩护, 驳斥对她的指责。
- The newspaper defended her against the accusations.
- As for the Flat Earth theory, I believe I could refute it.
- A person engaged in or inclined to controversy, argument, or refutation.
- In recent weeks he has been vocal in the financial regulation debate denouncing plans for a levy on banks 'assets as "a punitive bank tax" dismissing a proposal for a consumer protection agency and the "demonisation" of large banks.
- The charge that the frankfurt-based institution had lost its "political virginity" was rejected by adam posen external member of the bank of england's monetary policy committee which sets interest rates.
- To contradict cold-war propaganda was worse.
- Romney's critique was quickly dismissed at the white house by presidential spokesman jay carney.
- The times began its demolition with an editorial by lovat fraser.
- It's difficult to contradict someone politely.
- Regarding indirect identification we must desalinate the associated factors which claimant lodge and do exist and refutes associated factors which do not exist.
- The reasons for opposing this are not easy to argue says john fletcher former ethicist for the nih.
- Company chief william caldwell dismissed such criticism.
- The eyewitness contradicted earlier testimony.
- Your judgment cannot be contradicted.
- Besieged teachers and others may increasingly find themselves on the spot to defend evolution and refute creationism.