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1. Ne prihvatanje.
2. Refleksija.

affront
/ əfrənt /

imenica

ETYM Cf. French affront, from affronter.
1. To face in defiance; to confront; hence, to meet in hostile encounter.
2. To offend by some manifestation of disrespect; to insult to the face by demeanor or language; to treat with marked incivility.

brush-off
/ brʌʃ ɒf /

imenica

A curt or disdainful rejection.
When you give people the brush-off, you ignore them or refuse to listen to them because you are not interested in or do not like what they are saying.

contrariousness

imenica

declension
/ dɪklenʃn̩ /

imenica

ETYM Apparently corrupted from French déclinaison, from Latin declinatio, from declinare. Related to Decline, Declination.
1. A class of nouns having the same inflectional forms.
2. The complete set of inflected forms of a noun or pronoun or adjective.
3. The inflection of nouns and pronouns and adjectives.
4. Decline; Grammar, group of nouns with same inflection; naming the inflections of nouns.

deduction
/ dədəkʃn̩ /

imenica

Sinonimi:
discount · deductive reasoning · synthesis · entailment · implication

ETYM Latin deductio: cf. French déduction.
In philosophy, a form of argument in which the conclusion necessarily follows from the premises. It would be inconsistent logic to accept the premises but deny the conclusion.
1. An amount or percentage deducted; SYN. discount.
2. Reasoning from the general to the particular (or from cause to effect); SYN. deductive reasoning, synthesis.
3. Something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); SYN. entailment, implication.

denial
/ dənaɪəl /

imenica

1. A defense mechanism that denies painful thoughts.
2. An assertion that something alleged is not true.
3. The act of refusing a request.

disaffirmance

imenica

Reversal of a decision, annulment, repudiation

disaffirmation

imenica

Reversal of a decision, annulment, repudiation

disavowal
/ dɪsəvaʊəl /

imenica

Denial of any connection with or knowledge of.

disclamation
/ dɪskləmeɪʃən /

imenica

Renunciation, disavowal.

rebound
/ ribaʊnd /

imenica

1. A reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration
2. The act of securing possession of rebounding basketball after a missed shot.

rebuff
/ rəbəf /

imenica

Sinonimi:
slight · snub · repulse

ETYM Italian ribuffo, akin to ribuffare to repulse; pref. ri- (Latin re-) + buffo puff. Related to Buff to strike, Buffet a blow.
1. A deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval); SYN. slight.
2. An instance of driving away or warding off; SYN. snub, repulse.

reflection
/ rəflekʃn̩ /

imenica

Sinonimi:
reflexion · reflectivity · reflexion

ETYM Latin reflexio: cf. French réflexion. Related to Riflect.
1. The ability to reflect beams or rays; SYN. reflexion, reflectivity.
2. The image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material).
3. The phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface; SYN. reflexion.

refusal
/ rəfjuːzl̩ /

imenica

Sinonimi:
regrets · declination

1. The act of refusing.
2. The polite declining of an invitation; SYN. regrets, declination.

rejection
/ rɪdʒekʃn̩ /

imenica

ETYM Latin rejectio: cf. French réjection.
Immune response in the recipient of a tissue or organ transplant. If rejection does not respond to treatment, the donated tissue is destroyed. Immunosuppressive drugs are used to try and prevent rejection.
1. The act of rejecting something.
2. The speech act of rejecting.
3. The state of being rejected.

repercussion
/ ripərkəʃn̩ /

imenica

ETYM Latin repercussio: cf. French répercussion.
1. A remote or indirect consequence of some action.
2. Reflection, reverberation.

repulse
/ ripʌls /

imenica

1. Rebuff, rejection
2. The action of repelling an attacker; the fact of being repelled

repulsion
/ rɪpʌlʃn̩ /

imenica

Sinonimi:
repelling · standoff · repulsive force

ETYM Latin repulsio: cf. French répulsion.
1. A successful stand; SYN. repelling, standoff.
2. The force by which bodies repel one another; SYN. repulsive force.

reverberation
/ rivərbəreɪʃn̩ /

imenica

ETYM cf. French réverbération.
The act of reverberating; especially, the act of reflecting light or heat, or echoing sound.
In acoustics, the multiple reflections, or echoes, of sounds inside a building that merge and persist a short while (up to a few seconds) before fading away. At each reflection some of the sound energy is absorbed, causing the amplitude of the sound wave and the intensity of the sound to reduce a little.
Too much reverberation causes sounds to become confused and indistinct, and this is particularly noticeable in empty rooms and halls, and such buildings as churches and cathedrals where the hard, unfurnished surfaces do not absorb sound energy well. Where walls and surfaces absorb sound energy very efficiently, too little reverberation may cause a room or hall to sound dull or “dead”. Reverberation is a key factor in the design of theaters and concert halls, and can be controlled by lining ceilings and walls with materials possessing specific sound-absorbing properties.

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