Translation of repudiation in Spanish:

repudiation

Pronunciation: /rɪˌpjuːdiˈeɪʃən/

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  • 1.1 (rejection, denial) rechazo (m)
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    • Even the supposition of Jewish influence on the media elicited a sharp, immediate repudiation.
    • Above all, Byrd has decried the cowardice of Congress in its acceptance of the wholesale repudiation of the US Constitution.
    • They are also anxious about growing popular animosity to the government's repudiation of democratic rights.
    1.2 (refusal to acknowledge, disowning) repudio (m), repulsa (f) [formal]
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    • Extensive account audit trails were created to minimize repudiation.
    • Now, your corporate client was found liable in damages for repudiation.
    • Reference to "at the date of acceptance of the repudiation" appears only in the judgment of Megaw LJ.

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