Complete Definition of "abnegate"

English
Etymology
From Latin abnegatus, past participle of abnegare, formed from ab- + negare "to deny".

Pronunciation
RP:

  • IPA|/Ëæbnɪgeɪt/

Verb
en-verb|abnegat|ing

  1. transitive To deny oneself (something); to renounce or give up a right or a claim to something;
  2. transitive To abjure.

Derived terms
abnegator

Related terms
abnegation

Translations

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ttbc|Vietnamese: nhá»n, bá», từ bá», từ chá»i không nhận

ar:abnegate
fa:abnegate
fr:abnegate
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it:abnegate
pl:abnegate
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