remove, eliminate, dismiss, expel
dismiss from 解雇 ; 被解雇
Dismiss welfare 辞退福利
dismiss form 解雇 ; 被解雇
1. The Prime Minister has the power to dismiss and appoint senior ministers.
2. I would certainly dismiss any allegations of impropriety by the Labour Party.
3. They were quick to dismiss rumours of an off-screen romance.
4. I wouldn't dismiss it out of hand.
5. I think we can safely dismiss their objections.
6. At first she threatened to dismiss me, but later she relented.
7. In consequence of your bad work I am forced to dismiss you.
8. The committee has [ have ] decided to dismiss him.
9. She tried to dismiss him from her mind.
10. Bethink ere thou dismiss us.
11. It's not feasible to dismiss him.
12. Please dismiss all doubts about it.
13. We should not dismiss as lies the incredible stories that children may tell us.
14. On first impressions it would be easy to dismiss Duke as an eccentric.
15. A doctor is there to treat and to cure, not to dismiss anyone as a hopeless case.