- vt. 开除；解散；屏除；（法律）驳回
- vt. 解雇; 撤职; 开除 send away from one's employment, from service
- vt. 使退去; 解散 allow to go
- vt. 自心中摒除,不再考虑或谈论 put away from the mind; stop thinking or talking about
bar from attention or consideration;
"She dismissed his advances"
cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration;
"This case is dismissed!"
stop associating with;
"They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock"
terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position;
"The boss fired his secretary today"
"The company terminated 25% of its workers"
end one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave;
"I was dismissed after I gave my report"
"The President dissolved the parliament and called for new elections"
- If you are late again, you will be dismissed.
- Let us dismiss and return in an hour.
- We should dismiss all thought of revenge.
- The justice dismissed his evidence out of hand.
- The new governor dismissed the staff that served his predecessors.
- They dismissed him and made no bones about it.
- Race dismissed him with a curt nod.
- We dismissed the cook because her cooking was so poor.
- The teacher dismissed the class ten minutes early.
- I dismissed the carriage and walked the last mile.
- Please dismiss all doubts about it.
- Let's dismiss the subject and talk of something else.
- Let's dismiss our troubles.
- Dismiss the meeting.
- The members who had voted against the court were dismissed.
- No, he's been installed in the chairmanship for too long to be dismissed now.
- Jones was dismissed because he got across the foremen.
- If you are late again, you'll be dismissed.
- He was dismissed without notice.
- The possibility of a last-ditch on the part of the enemy should not be lightly dismissed.
- Papa dismissed the idea with a shake of his head.
- He dismissed the idea as suddenly as it had risen.
- When the war ends, we should dismiss all thoughts of revenge.
- His appeal was dismissed.
- He dismissed the story as a rumor.
- He just laughed, and dismissed the question as unimportant.
- He dismissed the idea as impossible.
- He dismissed my argument contemptuously as not worth refuting.
- The tourists dismissed the Irish weather as merely wet and cold.
- The question can't be lightly dismissed as a fad or a dream.
- He was dismissed as incompetent.
- Their theories were once dismissed as erroneous.
- dismiss for (v.+prep.)
因…而解雇,开除(某人) make (sb) leave sb's job or place of work for (a reason or doing sth wrong)
dismiss sb for sth/v-ing
The worker was dismissed for laziness.
He was dismissed for neglect of his duty.
The servant was dismissed for being lazy and dishonest.
He was dismissed for stealing bicycle parts.
- dismiss from (v.+prep.)
使退去 allow to go
- dismiss from one's mind (v.+prep.+n.)
试图忘记某事或某人 try to forget sth or sb
dismiss sb/sth from one's mind
She tried to dismiss him from her mind.
The judge asked the whole group to dismiss the lawyer's remark from their minds.
The doctor urged the patient to dismiss all worries from her mind and take a good rest.
The matter was so unimportant that she dismissed it from her mind.
I did not sleep much.A feeling unreality could not be dismissed from my mind.
- dismiss the case 驳回该案件
- dismiss a class 下课
- dismiss the court 退庭
- dismiss doubts 消除疑虑
- dismiss an idea 摒弃一个主意
- dismiss the thought 打消念头
- dismiss curtly 三言两语地拒绝考虑
- dismiss disgracefully 难堪地打发走
- dismiss easily 容易消除
- dismiss finally 最终解散
- dismiss instantly 立即解散
- dismiss lightly 轻率地拒绝考虑
- dismiss reluctantly 不情愿地解散
- dismiss safely 有把握不予考虑
- dismiss summarily 简单地拒绝考虑
Blushing Aurora had yet scarce dismist Mount Libanus from the Nights gloomy Mist.出自： transf.
- dismiss在其宾语后面接介词as时,动词宾语和介词宾语都指事,表示“当作…时而不予考虑”。宾语后接介词for,介词宾语指事(可以是名词或动名词),表示解雇的原因。宾语后接介词from,介词宾语指地位和职务时,表示“解雇,免职”; 介词宾语指思想时,表示“打消念头”。
- dismiss, cashier, discard, discharge
- 1.dismiss和discharge一般用以指人; 而discard和cashier则既可指人,也可指物。
- 2.指人时, dismiss通常指“开除”“解雇”或“解散”职员、工人或学生等; discharge特指开除处于从属地位的人、释放刑满的犯人等; discard指将无用的或不喜欢的人“抛弃”或“遗弃”,有时含“裁撤”之意; cashier主要指将雇员撤职、免职或开除。
- 3.指物时, discard指把无用的或不喜欢的东西丢弃掉; cashier是把用旧的、废的东西抛弃掉或处理掉。
- dismiss, eject, evict, expel, oust
- 这组词都可表示“把某人赶出”“把某物去掉”。它们之间的区别是:eject含义最广,常可与其他词换用,强调用力从里面抛出某物或赶走某人; expel指有意地、永久地正式开除某人或彻底排出某物; oust指非法剥夺某人的权利/力或用暴力把某人赶走; evict指依法从不付房租的房客那里收回租屋并把房客赶出; dismiss指依法驳回申诉或请求,也指解除某人的职务、企图或消除顾虑、仇恨、忌妒等。
- ☆ 15世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的desmis；最初源自古典拉丁语的dimissus(dimittere的过去分词）：di (分开） + mittere (送出），意为分别送出。
- discharge 排出
- fire 火
- release 释放
- send away 派遣
- give notice 通知
- sack 袋子
- let go 放开, 松手
- reject 拒绝
- set aside 留出
- write off 勾销
- shelve 放在架子上
- disdain 轻蔑
- expel 驱逐
- drop 落下
- liberate 解放
- disband 解散
- depose 废黜
- unseat 使……退职
- free 自由的
- dethrone 废除(君主)
- retire 退休
- justify 替 ... 辩护
- send 发送
- away 离开
- cashier 出纳员
- eject 喷射
- usher out 领出
- remove 消除
- terminate 结束
- push aside 把 ... 推到一边...
- ignore 忽视
- eliminate 除去
- displace 取代
- brush off 刷掉
- force out 挤(出去)
- throw out 扔出
- send packing 解雇, 逐走, 开除...
- dissolve 使溶解
- can 可以
- discount 折扣
- give the sack 解雇
- brush aside 扫除（障碍）...
- disregard 不顾
- employ 雇佣