Repudiate – meaning of the word and examples

To refuse to accept. (Merriam – Webster)

To reject as unauthorised or as having no binding force. (Merriam – Webster)

To reject as untrue or unjust. (Merriam – Webster)

To refuse to accept something or someone as true, good, or reasonable: (Cambridge Dictionary)

To cast off or disown: (Dictionary.com)

To reject with disapproval or condemnation. (Dictionary.com)

Refuse to accept; reject. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Refuse to fulfil or discharge (an agreement, obligation, or debt) (Oxford Dictionaries)

If you repudiate something or someone, you show that you strongly disagree with them and do not want to be connected with them in any way. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

What is Repudiation of a Contract?

https://fclawyers.com.au/commercial-agreements/what-is-repudiation-of-a-contract/

History shows that it is legitimate to repudiate “odious debt”.

http://www.cadtm.org/History-shows-that-it-is
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