rejeitar

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From Vulgar Latin *reiectare, from Latin rēiectus (thrown back; rejected), perfect passive participle of rēiciō (I throw back; I repel; I reject), from re- (re-) + iaciō (I throw; I hurl).

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rejeitar (first-person singular present indicative rejeito, past participle rejeitado)

  1. to reject (to refuse to accept)
  2. to disapprove (to refuse to approve)
  3. to despise (to regard with contempt or scorn)
  4. (medicine) to reject a transplanted organ
  5. (transitive) to vomit something

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