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disinvite

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Pronunciation: /dɪsɪnˈvʌɪt
 
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Definition of disinvite in English:

verb

[with object]
Withdraw or cancel an invitation to: the White House called to disinvite him from the President’s party
More example sentences
  • We aren't saying to disinvite them, but if they only receive the formal invitation then no harm done.
  • She says: ‘You can't come to the party, I'm disinviting you to the party.’
  • He was so hated he was disinvited to several funerals.

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