- vt. 否认知情 say that one knows nothing about
- vt. 拒绝 refuse; disown
declare untrue; contradict;
"He denied the allegations"
"She denied that she had taken money"
refuse to accept or believe;
"He denied his fatal illness"
refuse to grant, as of a petition or request;
"The dean denied the students' request for more physics courses"
"the prisoners were denied the right to exercise for more than 2 hours a day"
refuse to let have;
"She denies me every pleasure"
"he denies her her weekly allowance"
deny oneself (something); restrain, especially from indulging in some pleasure;
"She denied herself wine and spirits"
deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party) in a legal suit
refuse to recognize or acknowledge;
"Peter denied Jesus"
- He is not trustworthy, but at the same time, we cannot deny that he is clever.
- He denied that it was his fault.
- I was denied the chance of going to university.
- We should try to deny ourselves from indulging in computer games.
- Peter denied Christ.
- Atheists deny the existence of God.
- He denied the signature.
- The officer denied any knowledge of their plans.
- The court denied his request for a new trial.
- That could not be denied.
- Our request was denied.
- She denied having written to him.
- He denied knowing anything about their plans.
- Green denied doing anything illegal.
- She denied that she had been there.
- He denied that he had told me.
- He denied that the statement was true.
- I do not deny that is a serious blow.
- He denied me any help while I was doing the work.
- He denied his wife nothing.
- He denied the students a chance to speak.
- Wanda's defence denied Taishan the winning goal.
- He had to deny himself many of the comforts of life.
- He denied the money to his son.
- She denies him to be her husband.
- He denied it to be the case.
- Do you deny this to be your writing?
- She denied the matter to be true.
- deny oneself (v.+pron.)
节俭自己的(开销等) be unselfish, especially in not having sth
- deny to (v.+prep.)
拒绝让(某人)得到 refuse to allow (sth) to given to (sb)
deny to sb that-clause
The prisoner denied to the police that he had taken part in the robbery.
该犯向警方否认他参与了这起抢劫案。deny sth to sb
The university rules deny entry to large numbers of clever students.
A fair chance in life is denied to many children.
- deny fact〔the truth〕 否认事实
- deny one's faith 否认自己有信心
- deny having done so 否定已经那样做了
- deny oneself 自制,放弃
- deny a possibility 否定可能性
- deny report 否认报告
- deny a statement 否认所说的
- deny categorically 直截了当地否认
- deny completely 全部否认
- deny curtly 唐突地否认
- deny emphatically 坚决地拒绝
- deny flatly 断然否认
- deny hotly 强烈地否认
- deny indignantly 愤慨地否认
- deny obstinately 顽固地拒绝
- deny stoutly 坚决否认
- deny strongly 矢口否认
- deny vehemently 激烈地否认
- deny vigorously 有魄力地否定
- deny wholly 完全否定
Jones could not deny the charge.出自： Henry Fielding
I beg leave to deny this to be law.出自： W. Cruise
My client denies that he struck him.出自： S. Bellow
We have, I can't deny, had a lot of trouble with him.出自： R. P. Jhabvala
He denies her nothing.
He denied having done so.
He denied that she was to blame.
- deny, disavow, disclaim
- deny着重陈述某事是不真实的或不准确的; disclaim着重否认和所述的事有牵连; disavow着重否认曾经参与或知道所述的事情或拒绝对某事承担责任。
- deny, contravene, gainsay, impugn, negative, traverse
- deny指坚决地、直率地拒绝接受、给予或承认; gainsay强调“反对”,多指与对方就对方的话的真实性进行辩论,为正式或文学用语; negative指拒绝同意某事,语气比较温和。traverse主要指法律上的正式的否定。impugn侧重辩论、反问、诘难,这种辩论的时间往往持续很长,多用于陈述、建议等,少用于人。contravene强调彼此的冲突,但不侧重有意地反对。
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自古法语的denier；最初源自拉丁语的denegare：de (分开） + negare (拒绝），意为分开拒绝。
- contradict 反驳
- refute 驳斥
- reject 拒绝
- renounce 声明放弃
- repudiate 拒绝
- refuse 拒绝
- disagree 不同意
- disallow 驳回
- block 街区
- forbid 禁止
- prevent 预防
- dispute 争论
- forgo 放弃
- disavow 否认
- disown 否认
- abjure 发誓弃绝
- forswear 发誓放弃
- controvert 议论
- prohibit 禁止
- except 除了 ... 之外...
- withhold 抑制
- spurn 轻蔑地拒绝
- rebuff 断然拒绝
- negative 否定的
- disclaim 放弃
- veto 否决
- oppose 反对
- gainsay 否认
- impugn 责难
- abnegate 放弃
- decline 下降
- repel 排斥
- traverse 横贯