|hylätä englanniksi||rule out fi, let down fi, renounce fi, disapprove fi, overrule fi, abandon fi, abdicate fi, desert fi, exclude fi, ditch fi, discard fi, disallow fi, scrap fi, strand fi, forsake fi, dismiss fi, give up fi, reject fi, desolate fi|
: As John Doe had an alibi, the police were able to rule him out as a suspect.
*: The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has categorically ruled out any new negotiations saying the future of the Falklands can only be decided by the islanders themselves in accordance with the UN principle of self-determination.
: The constant rain ruled out any chance of a game of tennis.
: They let down the rope and I fastened it to the basket.
: I promised him I would meet him there, and I will not let him down.
: to let down tools or cutlery
: to renounce a title to land or to a throne
*: This world I do renounce, and in your sights / Shake patiently my great affliction off.
*: He of my sons who fails to make it good, / By one rebellious act renounces to my blood.
*: Dryden died without a will, and his widow having renounced, his son Charles administered on June 10.
*: His passion and animosity overruled his conscience.
: The line judge signalled the ball was in, but this was overruled by the umpire.
*: He abandoned himself ... to his favourite vice.
*: Hope was overthrown, yet could not be abandoned.
: Many baby girls have been abandoned on the streets of Beijing.
*: Being all this time abandoned from your bed.
*: that he might ... abandon them from him
*: I envy those chroniclers who assert with reckless but sincere abandon: I was there. I saw it happen. It happened thus.
*: They needed to have an abandon in their performance that you just can’t get out of people in the middle of the night when they’re barefoot.
*: His ribbes and scholder fel adoun,/Men might se the liver abandoun.
: rfquotek|Bishop Hall
: Note: The word abdicate was held to mean, in the case of James II, to abandon without a formal surrender.
*: Not thus the land appeard in ages past, / A dreary desert and a gloomy waste.
*: He declared that the country was an intellectual desert; that he was famishing for spiritual aliment, and for discourse on matters beyond mere nuggets, prospectings, and the price of gold.
*: So the question that is commonly asked is, why put a media incubator in a media desert and have it managed by a civil servant?
: They were marooned on a desert island in the Pacific.
*: He ... went aside privately into a desert place.
*: Full many a flower is born to blush unseen, / And waste its sweetness on the desert air.
: You cant just drive off and desert me here, in the middle of nowhere.
: Anyone found deserting will be shot.
: to exclude young animals from the womb or from eggs
: Digging ditches has long been considered one of the most demanding forms of manual labor.
: Once the sun came out we ditched our rain-gear and started a campfire.
: When the second engine failed, the pilot was forced to ditch; their last location was just south of the Azores.
: The truant officer caught Louise ditching with her friends, and her parents were forced to pay a fine.
: Enclosure led to fuller winter employment in hedging and ditching.
: The soldiers ditched the tent to prevent flooding.
: The engine was ditched and turned on its side.
*: A man discards the follies of boyhood.
*: They blame the favourites, and think it nothing extraordinary that the queen should ... resolve to discard them.
: The prisoners were disallowed to contact with a lawyer.
: The goal was disallowed because the player was offside.
*: I have no materials — not a scrap.
: I found a scrap of cloth to patch the hole.
: Give the scraps to the dogs and watch them fight.
: That car isnt good for anything but scrap.
: pork scraps
: We got in a little scrap over who should pay the bill.
: Grand Strand
: Jones pops up; thats going to strand a pair.
: strand of spaghetti
: strand of hair.
: strand of truth
*: She responds to both questions in writing and checks her answer on the fact question. Her suspicions confirmed about the importance of the two names, Miranda vows to pay close attention to this strand of the story as she continues to read.
*: There may be nothing noble in renouncing ones country, in abandoning ones home, in forsaking ones people; but is there not something remarkable in this great move one makes.
: ux|en|The company dismissed me after less than a year.
: ux|en|The soldiers were dismissed after the parade.
: ux|en|He dismissed all thoughts of acting again.
: ux|en|The court dismissed the case.
*: "He was here," observed Drina composedly, "and father was angry with him." ¶ "What?" exclaimed Eileen. "When?" ¶ "This morning, before father went downtown." ¶ Both Selwyn and Lansing cut in coolly, dismissing the matter with a careless word or two; and coffee was served—cambric tea in Drinas case.
: ux|en|He was dismissed for 99 runs.
: He was surrounded, so gave himself up.
: They gave him up to the police.
: They gave up the search when it got dark.
: He gave up his seat to an old man.
*: "Dear Miss Woodhouse, I would not give up the pleasure and honour of being intimate with you for any thing in the world."
: They gave him up for dead.
: I gave up my faith years ago.
: OK, I give up, you win.
: ux|en|She even rejected my improved offer.
: a desolate isle; a desolate wilderness; a desolate house
*: I will make Jerusalem ... a den of dragons, and I will make the cities of Judah desolate, without an inhabitant.
*: And the silvery marish flowers that throng / The desolate creeks and pools among.
: desolate altars
: He was left desolate by the early death of his wife.
*: voice of the poor and desolate