Traducción de disabuse en español:


desengañar, v.

Pronunciación /ˌdɪsəˈbjuz/ /ˌdɪsəˈbjuːz/

Ver definición en español de desengañar

verbo transitivo

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    to disabuse sb of sth
    I'm sorry to have to disabuse you siento tener que desengañarlo
    • Two days after our return to Trinidad, a triumphant call disabused me of any idea of his suffering.
    • If Wright had aspirations to fight in one of the war's main theaters after enlisting with the Sixth Iowa Cavalry Regiment, he was quickly disabused of the idea.
    • Of course, once I started doing the job I was quickly disabused of any romantic ideas I had about it.
    • Cameron is quick to disabuse anyone of the idea that she had a happy, randy, angst-free childhood.
    • There was a rather quick and direct response by people to disabuse me of such a ludicrous idea.
    • Having always liked Reagan, since interviewing him during his first run for governor in 1966, I didn't want to disabuse him of one of his pet ideas.
    • Yes, Dan disabuses people of their naïve ideas about the mind, while Nick is more willing to take seriously what people say about their own minds.
    • Perhaps a few lessons in physics will disabuse such people of the belief that state power can be reduced - or even eliminated - by the pouring of more human energy into the political system!
    • I suggest that a long period of discussion with a former Governor of the Reserve Bank might disabuse him of that strange idea.
    • After some time spent in a futile effort to disabuse him of some of his favourite ideas, she was rendered speechless.
    • Descartes first tries to disabuse the reader of the belief that his sensations or experiences are like the things that cause them.
    • We can further codify it, and make it enforceable, but this will require disabusing our politicians of their cultlike worship of ‘Parliamentary sovereignty’.
    • I'm neither inclined nor really in any way interested in disabusing people of their political positions, however ridiculous they may be or however sound they may be.
    • I've spent some time disabusing him of that nonsense.
    • Thanks for disabusing us of our unsophisticated illusions, Mr. Brooks.
    • Little did I know how much further my father would go in disabusing me of my fetish.
    • Then one of my favourite professors, a fellow by the name of Austan Goolsbee, disabused me of this notion by asking a simple question: What price will the owner be willing to sell the asset at?
    • However, I can quite categorically say that spending three months drinking myself into a stupor in South East Asia last year has disabused me of the notion that doing nothing makes me feel bad.
    • I think Secretary Rumsfeld disabused us of that today.
    • Professor Hart disabused me of my addled adolescent liberalism and smugness over the four years I was his student as an undergraduate.