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From the English verb dismiss:
dismissed is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

dismissed  Adjective
  1. Translate "dismissed" to Spanish: despedido del trabajo, despedido
    English Synonyms of "dismissed": discharged, dismissed from work, fired, laid-off, removed from office, made redundant, redundant
    Define meaning of "dismissed": Having lost your job.

  2. Translate "dismissed" to Spanish: desestimado, descartado
    English Synonyms of "dismissed": discarded, laid-aside, left-out, rejected, thrown-out, castoff, offcast
    Define meaning of "dismissed": Disposed of as useless. ; Thrown away.

Conceptually-related expressions of "dismissed"
dismiss  Verb
  1. Translate "dismiss" to Spanish: descartar, dejar, desechar, echar por la borda, proscribir
    English Synonyms of "dismiss": discard, ditch, drop away, eliminate, put aside, leave out
    Define meaning of "dismiss": Declare void. ; Bar from attention or consideration. ; Stop associating with.
  2. Elsa dismissed the idea, Elsa desechó la idea.
    The President dissolved the parliament and called for new elections.
    She dismissed his advances.
    They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock.

  3. Translate "dismiss" to Spanish: dar permiso para salir
    English Synonyms of "dismiss": allow to leave
    Define meaning of "dismiss": End one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave.
  4. I was dismissed after I gave my report.

  5. Translate "dismiss" to Spanish: cesar, despedir, echar, cesantear, correr, dejar cesante
    English Synonyms of "dismiss": lay off, kick out, boot, cease, discharge, give the ax, give the boot, remove from the job, fire, let go
    Define meaning of "dismiss": Terminate the employment of. ; Stop associating with.
  6. The boss fired his secretary today.
    The company terminated 25% of its workers.
    They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock.

  7. Translate "dismiss" to Spanish: exonerar a
    English Synonyms of "dismiss": free

  8. Translate "dismiss" to Spanish: dar por terminado, desestimar, resolver sin lugar, sobreseer, declarar desierto, fallar sin lugar
    English Synonyms of "dismiss": declare not guilty, exonerate, cease the proceedings against, cease the proceedings of, exonerate from the charge, acquit
    Define meaning of "dismiss": Cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration.
  9. The teacher dismissed the lesson, El profesor dio por terminada la clase.
    This case is dismissed!

  10. Translate "dismiss" to Spanish: rechazar
    English Synonyms of "dismiss": refuse to accept, disavow, dishonor, repudiate, snub, disaffirm, piss on

Verb Conjugation for "dismiss"
Gerund: dismissing
Past Participle: dismissed

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Conceptually-related expressions of "dismiss"
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