reject (n):
the person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality
Related Words: cull
reject (v):
reject with contempt
She spurned his advances
Related Words: scornspurnturn down
reject (v):
dismiss from consideration or a contest
John was ruled out as a possible suspect because he had a strong alibi.
This possibility can be eliminated from our consideration
reject (v):
refuse to accept or acknowledge
I reject the idea of starting a war.
The journal rejected the student's paper
reject (v):
deem wrong or inappropriate
I disapprove of her child rearing methods
Related Words: disapprove
reject (v):
refuse to accept
He refused my offer of hospitality
Related Words: declinerefuseturn down
reject (v):
refuse entrance or membership
They turned away hundreds of fans.
Black people were often rejected by country clubs

Related Words: refuseturn down
reject (v):
resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ
His body rejected the liver of the donor
Related Word: resist
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half a loaf is better than none

Hiç yoktan iyidir.
It's better to have or receive less than one desires than to have or receive nothing at all.

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