- vt.解散,下课,开除,解职,使(或让)离开 vi.解散
- It has dismissed the west coast strategy as a ploy to reduce taiwan to the status of a partner of a chinese province rather than a nation in its own right.
- He sighed dismissed the carriage and mounting his horse rode down ivy street toward melanie's house.
- His unceremonious departure dismissal removal etc
- How lightly she dismisses her old playmate's troubles.
- She dismissed sorel as a muddle-headed mischief-maker.
- In assessing the achievement of progressivism one should not dismiss lightly the political changes that it effected.
- Employees are forbidden to smoke on these premises under penalty of instant dismissal.
- A small portrait of mary queen of scots long dismissed as a later copy and gathering dust in a gallery warehouse has been identified as a rare contemporary or near-contemporary image of the ill-fated monarch.
- An impatient democrat-controlled us congress would dismiss the dialogue as a meaningless talking shop and could reintroduce shelved tariff-raising measures to punish china for its failure to appreciate its currency or reduce its trade surplus with the us.
- An fa disciplinary committee today rejected their claims for wrongful dismissal and both players must now serve a three match ban with immediate effect.
- On a technicality the judge dismissed the case.
- Once just like a man given a laxative after going hungry for a few days he could not even squeeze anything out no matter how hard he tried and he just had to dismiss class a quarter of an hour early.
- So a big pigeon pie was brought in and put on a side-table and I made a hearty supper for I was as hungry as a hawk while mr dance was further complimented and at last dismissed.
- That minor debacle has already led to a class-action suit against samsung though kocher dismissed the issue as something to be expected when buying first-generation hardware.
- To dismiss a class the chairman dismissed the meeting.